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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 
REPORT 

OF THE 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

FOR THE 

YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE 



1942 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1943 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 
REPORT 

OF THE 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

FOR THE 

YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE 

1942 



PRIXTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 12, 1943 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1943 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



REPORT 

OF THE 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

For the Year Ending 30th June, 1942 



To His Honour the Lieiitenant-Governor-in-Council: 

The Governors of the University of Toronto have the honour to present 
their thirty-sixth annual report covering a year without parallel in the financial 
administration of the University, and also the President's report on the academic 
work of the University and its Colleges for the Session 1941-42 and covering the 
activities of different departments. 

The funds and assets, including investments, etc., are shown as they stood 
at the close of business on 30th June, 1942, together with detailed statements of 
receipts and expenditures of the Board for the fiscal year which ended on that 
date, and the certificate of audit of the same by Mr. G. T. Clarkson, of the firm 
of Clarkson, Gordon, Dil worth and Nash. 

The report of the Auditor shows that all the transactions of the year upon 
the Revenue and Capital accounts have been duly audited and found correct; 
that the securities representing the investments, which are held for safekeeping 
by the Canadian Bank of Commerce, were produced for the Auditor's examina- 
tion twice during the year and found to be in agreement with the Bursar's 
records; and that this officer's records are well kept and all endowment and 
trust funds properly accounted for. 

The general revenue for the year amounted to $1,935,810, which together 
-with the Special Legislative Grant of $1,050,000 made a gross total of §2,985,810. 
The expenditures under the appropriations made by the Board for salaries and 
maintenance totalled $2,904,242 (exclusive of the Ontario College of Education 
which is maintained by a separate vote), to which was added $71,809 represent- 
ing interest written to certain scholarship and trust funds and including interest 
on bank accommodation, together with $34,256 for Wartime Bonus paid to 
salaried employees, effective 1st February, 1942, making a total expenditure of 
$3,010,307, which resulted in an excess of expenditure over revenue for the 
year of $24,497. 

The accumulated debit balance at 30th June, 1941, stood at $616,940, and 
following the receipt of a letter from the Government, from which the Board of 
Governors understands that the Government will take care of the shortage, this 
amount was reduced during the year by the receipt of a Special Legislative 
Grant of $100,000. This left a balance of $516,940, which together with the 
excess of expenditures over receipts of $24,497 for 1941-42, made a total due the 
University at 30th June, 1942, of $541,437. 

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REPORT OF THE No. 12 



An unprecedented number of additional funds, totalling $768,000, were 
administered by the office of the Bursar during the year, consisting chiefly of 
National Research Council and other Dominion Government Grants for 42 War 
Research Projects undertaken by various members of the stafif, together with 
funds for the training and accommodation of members of the Navy, Army and 
Air Force taking special courses at the University at the request of the Dominion 
Government. In addition, funds were also administered in connection with 
loans to students from the Federal Department of Labour, Kellogg Foundation, 
etc., for the accelerated courses in Medicine, Dentistry, Science and Engineering. 

All controllable expenditures were reduced during the year and considerable 
saving in the original Estimates was effected. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

D. Bruce Macdoxald, 

Chairman. 
March 31st, 1943. 



AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE 

Toronto, December 11, 1942. 

To the Governors of the University of Toronto: 

Gentlemen: 

I have verified the attached Balance Sheet of the University dated June 
30th, 1942, and Schedules 1 to 10, and report that all the transactions of the 
year on account of Revenue and Capital have been duly audited and in my 
opinion are correctly stated in the accounts. 

The securities representing the investments are held in safekeeping by your 
bankers, The Canadian Bank of Commerce, and were produced for my examina- 
tion on 2nd July, 1942, and also at another time during the year and found to 
be in agreement with the records kept by the Bursar. Your securities consist 
largely of bonds issued or guaranteed by either the Dominion of Canada or the 
Province of Ontario and bonds of Ontario municipalities. There are also certain 
corporation and other securities received as bequests. The aggregate approxi- 
mate market value of these investments as at 30th June, 1942, was greater than 
their book value by $613,176.78. No income was received from certain non- 
trustee securities which have come to you in bequests. 

The Bursar's records are well kept and all Endowment and Trust Funds 
have been properly accounted for. 

I have not examined the titles to the various properties. 

Yours faithfully, 

G. T. Clarkson, F.C.A., 

A uditor. 



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REPORT OF THE No. 12 



SCHEDULE 1 
General Endowment 

Additions for 1941-42: 
Annuity Debentures: 

Portion of 1941-42 instalments reducing principal: 

Thirty-third instalment, issue of July, 1909 $18,457.25 

Thirty-first instalment, issue of January, 1911 4,440.00 

Thirty-first instalment, issue of January, 1911 10,246.00 

Twenty-seventh instalment, issue of April, 1915. . . . 3,226.31 

Eighteenth instalment, issue of July, 1924 8,638.40 

Thirteenth instalment issue of January, 1929 43,447. 15 



,455.11 



Military- Studies, Bldg. (119 St. George)— 

Cost of addition to Building t20,096.11 

Forestry School Practice Camp, Additional leasehold in Sherborne 

Township 3,278. 50 

Library proper: 

Addition of Books for year less depreciation (Schedule 7) 11,502.04 

$ 123,331.76 

Return of 30th June, 1941 13,762,719.44 

Return of 30th June, 1942 $13,886,051.20 



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16 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

SCHEDULE 4 
Pension and Retirement Funds 

1. Pension Fund (Academic): 

At credit of account on 30th June, 1941 $579,462.25 

Contributions during year 42,240.85 

Interest credited 24,385.48 



$646,088.58 

Withdrawals 32,114.80 

$613,973.78 

Pension Fund (Employees): 

At credit of account on 30th June, 1941 $816,297.82 

Contributions during year 84,316.65 

Interest credited 32,254.29 



$932,868.76 

Withdrawals 28,978.44 

$ 903,890 . 32 

3. Estimated accrued liability as per Actuary's report of 19th October, 1939 133,000.00 



Return of 30th June, 1942 $1,650,864.10 

SCHEDULE 5 
Annuity Debentures 

Issue of July, 1909, for construction and equipment of Thermodynamics 
Library' Addition and Faculty of Education Building, $500,000, re- 
payable in forty equal annual amounts of $25,260 each, 

\'alue as on 30th June, 1942, of the seven outstanding instalments $151,611 . 45 

Issue of January, 1911, under 1 George V, Cap. 80, for construction of 
Pathological building, $130,000, repayable in forty equal annual 
amounts of $6,568 each, 

\'alue as on 30th June, 1942, of the nine outstanding instalments 48,833.00 

Accrued on 30th June, 1942, of thirty-second payment and charged 

to Revenue, 1941-42 3,284.00 

Issue of January, 1911, under 1 George V, Cap. 80, as a grant towards 
construction of Toronto General Hospital, $300,000, repayable in 
forty equal annual amounts of $15,157 each. 

Value as on 30th June, 1942, of the nine outstanding instalments 112,690.00 

Accrued on 30th June, 1942. of thirtv-second payment and charged 

to Revenue, 1941-42 ' 7,578.50 

Issue of April, 1915, under R.S.O., 1914, Cap. 279, to provide for the 
payment of $100,000 to the Hart A. Massey Estate towards the 
Gymnasium portion of Hart House. $110,000, repayable in forty 
equal annual amounts of $5,975 each. 

\'alue as on 30th June, 1942, of the thirteen outstanding instal- 
ments 57,855.30 

Accrued on 30th June, 1942, of twentv-eighth pavment and 

charged to Revenue, 1941-42 ' ' 1,244.80 

Issue of July, 1924, under R.S.O., 1914, Cap. 279. for construction of 
Forestry building. $124,622, repayable in twenty equal annual 
amounts of $10,000 each, 

Value as on 30th June, 1942, of the two outstanding instalments. . 18,594. 10 

Issue of January, 1929, under R.S.O., 1927, Cap. 337, for construction 
of a new building for Pathology and allied departments (Banting 
Institute) $800,000, repayable in twentv equal annual amounts of 
$64,193 each, 

\'alue as on 30th June, 1942, of the seven outstanding instalments 371,469.82 

Accrued on 30th June. 1942. of fourteenth payment and charged 

to Revenue, 1941-42 29,421.80 

Return of 30th June, 1942 $802..582.77 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 17 

SCHEDULE 6 
Contingent Funds, Etc. 

Contingent Fund (Investment Reserve) : $172,161 . 84 

Organ Fund: 

Balance on 30th June, 1941 S 2,620.88 

Expenditure on upkeep of organ, less receipts 271 .06 

2,349.82 

University Press: 

At credit of accounts as per Appendix III 26,346.02 

Men's Residence Rehabilitation Fund 20,000.00 

Ontario College of Education: 

At credit of account (Appendix \') 55,797.22 

Legislative Grant for Administration Building: 283. 15 

David Dunlap Observatory (Construction Account): 17.23 

S276,955.28 
Sundry' Ledger balances, items in suspense, etc.: 

Residence and Key deposits $ 1 ,930 . 00 

Fire Loss Account 274 . 81 

Suspense 6 . 00 

S 2,210.81 
Less: 

Workmen's Compensation Board deposit $632.98 

Fire Loss Accounts, outstanding 420.29 

National Defence Tax overpaid 9 . 32 

1,062.59 

1,148.22 

Return of 30th June. 1942 8278.103.50 

SCHEDULE 6a 
Revenue, 1941-42 

^^^^^P*^ Estimate Actual 

Legislative Grant, Universitv Act. 1906 $500,000.00 $500,000.00 

Legislative Grant, 60 Vict., Cap. 59 7,000.00 7,000.00 

Legislative Grant, 13-14 George \' 10,000 . 00 10,000 . 00 

Fees, L'niversity and College, as detailed in Appendix 1 900,000.00 1,053,241.76 

Infirmary Receipts, -Dentistry 25,000.00 29,193.09 

Interest: ■ 

On Dominion and Provincial Government Bonds 

On Ontario Government Annuities 

On Debentures 

On Loans 



118,128.35 

17,480.30 

3,544.68 

165,000.00 1,200.00 



6,655.50 

6,000.00 

11,688.56 



Rentals: 

University Park ground leases 

City of Toronto payment 

Business properties 

Sundry houses and land earnings j 5,003.74 

]\'Ien's Residences: 

(General, $13,974.95; University College, $4,764.50) 17,000.00 18,739.45 

Women's Residences: 

(Whitney Hall, $49,447.60: St. George Street Group, $15,122.05)1 64,569.65 

L'niversity College Women's Union: !• 68,000.00 

(Membership fees, $2,653.00; rooms and meals, $6,569.84). . . . j 9,222.84 

Central Power Plant: 

Wycliffe, \'ictoria and Knox Colleges $33,259.27 

Royal Ontario Museum 16,078.29 • 

Sundry accounts 16,535 . 20 

53,000.00 65,872.76 



Photographic Service and Casual Revenue 5,000.00 8,269.91 

$1,750,000.00 $1,935,810.59 

Special Legislative Grant 1,050,000.00 1,050,000.00* 

Estimated excess of Expenditure over Receipts 251,413.00 

$3,051,413.00 $2,985,810.59 



*In addition to the above receipts, a Special Legislative Grant of $100,000.00 was received 
on account of accumulated Shortage to 30 June, 1941, (see Balance Sheet). 



18 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Expenditures 

Under appropriations as per Appendix II $2,981,413.00 $2,904,242.18 

Interest written to Scholarship and other funds 70,000.00 71,809.27 

Wartime Bonus paid to Salaried Employees from Feb. to June, 1942, 

(not including tradesmen or anyone paid on an hourly basis) . . 34,256.23 

$3,051,413.00 $3,010,307.68 

Receipts as above 2,985,810.59 

Excess of expenditures over receipts carried to Balance Sheet $ 24,497.09 



SCHEDULE 7 

Site Lands, Buildings and Contents 

Site Lands: 

2,557,843 sq. feet at forty cents per foot $1,023,137.20 

332,549 sq. feet at cost price 447,344.23 

18,000 sq. feet at estimate 40,000.00 

2,908,392 sq. feet $1,510,481 .43 

Buildings: 

Anatomical building $482,388.37 

Baldwin House 12,000.00 

Banting Institute 813,129.93 

Biological building 129,745 . 30 

Botanical building 516,998.35 

Chemical building 77,469.88 

Convocation Hall 214,866.22 

Dental building. 350,000.00 

Economics building 76,350.00 

Electrical building 346,699.89 

Engineering building 50,000 . 00 

Forestry building 122,359.86 

Geodetic Observatory building 12,000.27 

Hart House (not appraised) 

Household Science building 455,000.00 

Hygiene and Public Health building 852,682 . 40 

Library building 327,425 . 50 

McLennan Laboratory 363,945 . 85 

Mechanical building 119,017.21 

Medical building 200,000.00 

Men's Residences 217,670.04 

Military Studies building & Drill Hall 67,071 . 27 

Minirig building 384,736 . 89 

Mill building ._ 229,972.52 

Ontario College of Education 703,390 . 67 

Press building 1 . 00 

Psychology buildings 22,333 . 26 

Simcoe Hall 399,055.10 

University College building 450,000.00 

University College Women's Union 70,059. 19 

Women's Residences: 

Whitney Hall 487,988.37 

Hutton House 24,723.77 

No. 184 College Street 8,239.47 

No. 78 Queen's Park 161,775.00 

No. 86 Queen's Park 38,767.62 

St. George Street properties: 

Numbers 43 30,054. 25 

45 39,079.67 

47 10,172.95 

49 25,007.51 

96 22,692.60 

98 16,708.84 

100 17,776.93 

104 22,498.27 

106. . 10,034. 15 

$8,981,888.37 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 19 

Library $ 756,866.36 

Organ 24,000.00 

Sundry Departmental Exjuipment 375.153 . 99 

Furniture and Furnishings, various buildings '. 43,010.55 

Arena 223,070. 40 

Athletic Field Stadium and equipment 11,817.88 

Aura Lee Grounds and equipment (Ontario College of Education) 17,276.27 

Gymnasium equipment 7,620. 19 

Forestry School Practice Camp 3,278 . 50 

Surveying Practice Camp, Lutterworth Township, (land, $1,215, buildings, etc., 

$10,000) 11.215.00 

David Dunlap Observatory (land, $41,750, buildings, $163,700, telescope, dome, 

etc., $225,000) 430,450.00 

Connaught Laboratories (Farm, buildings and equipment) 81,500.00 

Connaught Laboratories (Hygiene building plant) 1 .00 

Central Power Plant 1 .00 

Printing Plant 1.00 

General Museum Specimens 1 .00 

Dining Hall equipment 1 . 00 

Total valuation $12,477,633.94 



Return of 30th June, 1941 $12,435,607.29 

Additions thereto: 

No. 104 St. George Street 

Final Payment on mortgage $7,150.00 

Addition to Drill Hall 

Military Studies Bldg. (119 St. George Street) 

Cost of Construction 20,096. 11 

Purchase of Forestry' School 

Practice Camp leasehold 3,278.50 

Library proper: 

Value of addition of Books for 1941- 

42 reported by the Librarian . $34,910.28 
Less depreciation at 3% on 

$780,274.60 23,408.24 

11,502.04 

— 42,026.65 

Return of 30th June, 1942 $12,477,633.94 

SCHEDULE 8 
Unproductive Lands 

U.C.C. block on King Street $ 50,425.40 

Vacant land in Port Hope 8,045.00 

Endowment lands unsold in various townships 152.00 

(No transactions during vear) 
Return of 30th June, 1942 '. $ 58,622.40 

SCHEDULE 9 
Leased Properties 

Land leased to City of Toronto $ 120,000.00 

Park lots leased (including Federated Colleges Sites) 335,992.20 

Toronto business properties 183,000 . 00 

Spadina Avenue Houses (Nos. 719-721) 8,023 . 51 

Caradoc Farm 600 . 00 

$ 647,615.71 

Rentals and City of Toronto Payment Accrued 5,620.00 

$ 653,235.71 

Return of 30th June, 1941 $ 655,435.71 

Decrease in rentals past due and accrued 2,200.00 

Return of 30th June, 1942 $ 653.235.71 



20 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

SCHEDULE 10 
Investments, Cash and Accounts Receivable 

Dominion of Canada Bonds and guaranteed issues S4,181,364. 12 

Interest Accrued 9,282 . 14 

$4,190,646.26 

Province of Ontario Bonds and guaranteed issues $3,814,169.52 

Interest Accrued ^ 18,785 . 29 

3,832,954.81 

Other Government Bonds S 500,670 . 64 

Interest Accrued 1,059 15 

501,729.79 

Municipal debentures S 517,451 .61 

Interest Accrued 1,505.71 

518,957.32 

L niversity of Toronto debentures (guaranteed) 371,469. 82 

Toronto Conservatory- of Music debentures 194,495.04 

Corporation debentures 35,386 . 00 

Sundr>- stocks 108,539 . 62 

Mortgage 2,200.00 

Investments in trust for Banting Research Foundation 735,346.03 

Investments in trust for Connaught Laboratories 551,816.70 

Loan to Athletic Association 20,000 . 00 

Toronto Conservators- of Music Advance, Organ 5,463.00 

Accounts Receivable: 

Photographic Service S 70 . 70 

Labour and Material 10,039 . 00 

Central Power Plant 33,253 . 27 

43,362.97 
Less Royal Ontario Museum balances and miscellaneous 

item's at credit 10,580 11 

32,782.86 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, on deposit 435,407.38 

(Includes amounts relating to the year ended 30th June, 1942, but received and 

deposited at a later date) ..." $11,537,194.63 



Transactions 1941-42 
Inwards 

Dominion, Provincial and other Government Bonds $ 19,117.06 

Municipal Debentures 8,273 . 71 

Univ-ersity of Toronto debentures 43,447. 15 

Payment on Loan to Athletic Association 10,000.00 

Toronto Conservatory- of Music debentures 1,935.28 

Banting Research Foundation Investments 62,819.24 

Connaught Laboratories Investments 224.93 

Withdrawals from Canadian Bank of Commerce 5,223,388.03 

$5,369,205 . 40 

Outwards 

Dominion and Provincial Government Bonds $293,377.98 

Municipal debentures 554.85 

Toronto Conservator^' of Music debentures 331 .61 

Toronto Conservatory of Music Advance 5,463.00 

Banting Research Foundation Investments 65,740.24 

Connaught Laboratories Investments 442,138. 70 

Deposits in Canadian Bank of Commerce 5,529,469.38 

Increase in accounts outstanding 19,722.74 

Increase in accrued revenue 122 07 

$6,356,920 . 57 

$ 987,715.17 
Return of 30th June, 1941 10,549,479.46 

Return of 30th June, 1942 $11,537.194.63 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 21 

APPENDIX I. 

Fees 1941-42 

Balance brought forward. 1940-41 $ 1,198.00 

Total of fees collected 1941-42 1,302,307.15 

$1,303,505.15 

Distribution thereof: 

Sundr>' refunds during year S 10,331 . 61 

Share of fees paid to the following: 

Hart House 44,423.50 

Students' Administrative Council , 17,768.00 

University Athletic Fee 17,223.00 

Medical Society 3,256.00 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Association 126.00 

Faculty of Applied Science Athletic Fee 2,288.00 

Engineering Societv 2,300 . 00 

Dental Students' Parliament 2,032 . 00 

Foresters' Club 118.50 

Graduate Students' Union 354 . 00 

University College Literary and Athletic Society 1,798.00 

University College Women's Undergraduate Association 1,725.00 

Aerial Navigation Undergraduate Association 24.00 

Occupational Therapy Undergraduate Association 108.00 

Physiotherapy Undergraduate Association 76.00 

Teachers' Course Association 552 00 

Roval College of Dental Surgeons 2,525 00 

St. 'Michael's College (Household Science) 190.00 

Toronto Conservatory of Music 505 . 00 

Hospitals: 

Toronto General Hospital $8,100.00 

Toronto General Hospital (Burnside) 928.00 

§9,028.00 

St. Michael's Hospital 1,400.00 

Hospital for Sick Children 1,530.00 

Toronto Western Hospital 950 . 00 

12,908.00 

Credited to Sundry Accounts: 

Ontario College of Education. . 61.814.22 

University College Women's Union 2,653.00 

School of Nursing 22,207.50 

Institute of Child Study 4,513 . 99 

Laborators' Deposits 36,101.25 

Fees paid in advance for 1942-43 2,341 . 82 

Balance to Revenue Account (Schedule 6a) 1,053,241 . 76 

Sl.303.505. 15 



DETAILS OF FEES RECEI\'ED (GROSS) 

Composite Academic and University Incidental Fees: 

Arts — Tuition (University College) Library and Laboratory Supply; Examina- 
tion; Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and 
miscellaneous S220,248 . 65 

Commerce and Finance — University tuition; Library and Laboratory supply; 

Examination; Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; and miscellaneous 32,516.50 

Medicine — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; 

Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and miscellaneous 257,132.83 

Applied Science — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; De- 
gree; Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and mis- 
cellaneous 301,114.27 

Dentistry- — Tuition; Library and Laboratorv' Supply; Examination; Degree; 
Health Service; Physical Training; Caution and Laboratory- Deposit; and 
miscellaneous 74,585 . 00 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Education — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree; Health Service; and 

University Schools 64,127.22 

Forestry^ — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; 

Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and miscellaneous 7,467.00 

Music — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree; and miscellaneous.... 2,043.23 

Household Science — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; 
Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and 

miscellaneous 9,289.00 

Graduate Studies — Registration; Tuition; Library; Examination; and Degree 31,570.26 

University Extension — Teachers' Courses; Occupational Therapy; Physiother- 
apy; Aerial Navigation; Certificate Course in Business; Tutorial; Short 
Courses; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; Health 

Service; and miscellaneous 93,695.45 

Social Work — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Diploma; 

and Health Service . ■ 8,864.00 

Law — Examination; Degree; and miscellaneous 562.00 

Physical and Health Education — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; 
Examination; Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory 

Deposit; and miscellaneous 14,785.00 

Pharmacy — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree; and miscellaneous. . 18,153.00 

\'eterinary Science — Examination; and Degree 1,180.00 

Agriculture — Examination; and Degree 1,840.00 

School of Nursing — Tuition; Library; Examination; Diploma; and Health 

Service 25,693.50 

Institute of Child Study— Tuition 4,513.99 

Aerial Navigation Undergraduate Association 24.00 

Applied Science Athletic 2,288 . 00 

University Athletic 17,223.00 

Dental Students' Parliament " 2,032.00 

Engineering Society 2,300 . 00 

Foresters' Club 118.50 

Graduate Students' Union 354 . 00 

Hart House 44,423.50 

Laboratory Deposits 36,101 .25 

Medical Society 3,256.00 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Association 126.00 

Occupational Therapy Undergraduate Association 108.00 

Physiotherapy Undergraduate Association 76.00 

Students' Administrative Council 17,768.00 

Teachers' Course Association 552 . 00 

University College Literary and Athletic Society 1,798.00 

University College Women's Undergraduate Association 1,725.00 

University College Women's Union 2,653.00 

$1,302,307.15 

Balance brought forward from 1940-41 1,198.00 



$1,303,505.15 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



23 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES 



Gross 
Receipts 



Refunds 



Other 
Deductions 



Net 



Arts 

Commerce and Finance 

Medicine 

Applied Science 

Dentistry 

Education $26,766.02, University Schools 

$35,196.20 

Forestry 

M usic /. 

Household Science 

Graduate Studies 

University Extension 

Social Work 

Law 



Physical and Health Education 

Pharmacy 

\'eterinary Science 

Agriculture 

School of Nursing 

Institute of Child Study 

Aerial Navigation Undergraduate Assoc. . 

Applied Science Athletic 

University Athletic 

Dental Students' Parliament 

Engineering Society , 

Foresters' Club 

Graduate Students' Union 

Hart House 

Laboratory Deposits 

Medical Society 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Assoc. 
Occupational Therapy Undergrad. Assoc 
Physiotherapy Undergraduate Association . 

Students' Administrative Council 

Teachers' Course Association 

University College Literary and Athletic 

Society 

University College Women's Undergraduate 

Association 

University College Women's Union 



Balance brought forward from 1940-41 



Less paid in advance for 1942-43. 



220,248.65 

32,516.50 

257,132.83 

301,114.27 

74,585.00 



64,127. 

7,467. 

2,043. 

9,289. 

31,570. 

93,695. 

8,864. 

562. 

14,785. 

18,153, 

. 1,180. 

1,840. 

25,693. 

4,513. 

24. 

2,288. 

17,223, 

2,032. 

2,300 

118 

354 

44,423 

36,101 

3,256 

126 

108 

76 

17,768 

552 



1,798.00 

1,725.00 
2,653.00 



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1,198.00 



$1,303,505.15 



$ 5,443.61 

250.00 

1,249.00 

691.00 

144.00 

148.00 

137.00 
65.00 
10.00 

133.00 
1,647.50 

137.50 



96.00 
45.00 
10.00 
30.00 
95.00 



12,908.00 



2,525.00 

61,814.22 



505.00 
190.00 



22,207.50 

4,513.99 

24.00 

2,288.00 

17,223.00 

2,032.00 

2,300.00 

118.50 

354.00 

44,423.50 

36.101.25 

3,256.00 

126.00 

108.00 

76.00 

17,768.00 

552.00 

1,798.00 

1,725.00 
2,653.00 



% 214,805.04 

32,266.50 

242,975.83 

300,423.27 

71,916.00 

2,165.00 

7,330.00 

1,473.23 

9,089.00 

31,437.26 

92,047.95 

8,726.50 

562.00 

14,689.00 

18,108.00 

1,170.00 

1,810.00 

3,391.00 



$10,331.61 



$237,589.96 



$1,054,385.58 
1,198.00 



$10,331.61 



$237,589.96 



$1,055,583.58 
2,341 . 82 



$1,053,241.76 



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No. 12 



APPENDIX II. 
Revenue Expenditures 1941-42 



Appro- 
priation 



Supple- 
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Unused 



Total 



Administration: 

1. Salaries 

2. Pensions and Retiring Allowances . . . 

3. President's Office 

4. Bursar's Office 

4a. Mechanical Accounting Equipment 

for Bursar's Office 

5. Registrar's Office 

6. Superintendent's Office 

7. Convocation Hall and Simcoe Hall. . 

8. 86 Queen's Park 

9. 184 College Street (transferred from 

Faculty of Arts) 



$114,118.00 

110,224.00 

950.00 

7,200.00 



6,600.00 

5,000.00 

12,840.00 

200.00 

1,470.00 



80.22 



9,297.68 
1,886.50 



213.70 



2,851.90 



361.43 



$258,602.00 



II. Librar^': 

10. Salaries 

11. Maintenance. 

12. Building 



59,030.00 

52,600.00 

5,300.00 



$116,930.00 



III. 13. Royal Ontario Museum . 



81,000.00 



I\'. Athletics, Physical Training, etc.: 

14. Athletics and Physical Training — 

Men 

Athletics and Physical Education- 
Women 

Health Service — Men 

Health Service — Women 

Hart House (share of Maintenance) 
18a. Physical and Health Education . . 
19. Women's Building (44 Hoskin Ave.) 



15. 

16. 
17. 
18. 



V. 20. Examinations 

VI. Faculty of Arts: 

21. Salaries 

22. Anthropology' 

23. Applied Mathematics 

24. Archaeology 

25. Astronomv 

26. Botany...' 

27. Chemistry 

28. Fine Art 

29. Geography 

30. Geology 

31 . History 

32. Italian and Spanish 

33. Law 

34. Mathematics 

35. Military Studies 

36. Mineralogy 

37. Philosophy 

38. Physics 

39. Political Economy 

40. Psychology' 

41. Zoology, (formerly Biolog\') 

42. University College Departments 



$ 15,710.00 

6,550.00 
8,450.00 
5,000.00 
7,500.00 



1,215.00 



$ 44,425.00 



$ 19,700.00 



$781 



,350.00 
"25.00 
600.00 
250.00 
,200.00 
,100.00 
400.00 
190.00 
468.00 
300.00 
200.00 
225.00 
150.00 
600.00 
60.00 
365.00 
150.00 
350.00 
550 . 00 
800 . 00 
800.00 
550.00 



1,223.36 



731.60 
197.60 

212.52 



$104,820.32 

108,337.50 

1,030.22 

6.986.30 

2,851.90 

6,238.57 

6,223.36 

12,108.40 

2.40 

1,257.48 



$4,155.48 



$12,901.03 



$249,856.45 



2,008.72 

2,223.36 

443 . 49 



$ 57,021.28 

50,376.64 

4,856.51 



$ 4.675.57 



$112,254.43 



$ 81,000.00 



$ 154.63 



7,074.35 

75.25 

22.31 

17,074.91 



$24,401.45 



$ 45.08 



2,342.99 



194.67 



$ 15,864.63 

4,207.01 
15,524.35 

5,075.25 

7,522.31 
17,074.91 

1,020.33 



$ 2,537.66 



$ 66,288.79 



$ 1,182.14 



$18,517.86 



$15,484.58 

5.91 

25.90 

31.36 

1,274.84 

438.06 

3,943.10 

118.41 

64.91 

471 . 49 



25.38 

16.90 
366.91 

12.49 
718.79 

44.16 
1,350.42 
191.00 
365.55 
769.60 
244.16 



$765,865.42 

19.09 

574.10 

218.64 

925.16 

4,661.94 

11,456.90 

1,071.59 

403.09 

828.51 

1,245.08 

199.62 

133.10 

233.09 

47.51 

646.21 

105.84 

7,999.58 

2,359.00 

4,436.45 

6,030 . 40 

305.84 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



25 



Revenue Expenditures, 1941-42 — Continued 





Appro- 
priation 


Supple- Unused 
mentary \ 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


43. University College 

General Expenses .... 


S 1,450.00 
3,280.00 

6,375.00 
6,475.00 
5,250.00 

4,160.00 
11,200.00 

7,375.00 

3,000.00 

5,200.00 

12,575.00 




$ 107.95 
231.22 

212.92 
497.31 




$ 1,342.05 


44. Baldwin House (History) 




3,048 78 


45. Biological Building 

(Dept. of Zoology) .... 

46. Botany Building 

47. Chemical Building 


$ 299.62 


6,162.08 
5,977.69 
5,549 62 


48. David Dunlap 

Obser\atory 


288.46 
1,265.77 

6,100.84 

83.00 

1,326.94 

591.81 




3,871 54 


49. Economics Building 

50. McLennan Laboratory 

(Physics) 





9,934.23 
1,274.16 


51. Military Studies Building 

(119 St. George St.). . . 

52. Psychology' Buildings. . . 

53. University College Bldg. . 

54. 184 College St. (trans- 

ferred to Administra- 
tion) 






2,917.00 

3,873.06 

11,983.19 


55. No. 43 St. George St. . . . 

56. No. 45 St. George St. 

(Law) 

57. No. 47 St. George St. 

(Applied Mathematics) 


1,220.00 
1,635.00 
1,265.00 




220.52 
163.37 
156.97 




999 48 




1,471.63 
1,108.03 




$906,143.00 


$ 344.70 


$37,209.00 




$869,278 70 








Vn. Faculty of Medicine: 

58. Salaries 


$277,966.00 
5,400.00 

4,600.00 

3,190.00 




$12,983.46 
882.63 


$51,791.86 


$316,774.40 


59. Anatomy 


$ 172.71 


4,517.37 


60. Bio-chemistry (including 
Zymology) 




4,772.71 


61. Hygiene and Preventive 
Medicine 


304.74 




2,885.26 


62. Medical Jurisprudence. . 






63. Medicine 








1,767.31 
' ' 1,362.14 


1,767 31 


64. Obstetrics and 

Gynaecology 

65. Ophthalmology 

66. Oto-Lar\-ngology 

67. Paediatrics 


400.00 
500.00 
300.00 




266.23 
240.83 
254.57 


133.77 

259.17 

45.43 

1,362.14 


68. Pathological Chemistry. 

69. Pathology and 

Bacteriology' 


2,250.00 

7,725.00 

2,300.00 

3,150.00 

50.00 

1,000.00 




751.83 

2,089.82 

634.74 


1,498.17 
5,635.18 


70. Pharmacy and 

Pharmacology 

71. Phvsioloerv 


' '746.'67 


1,665.26 
3,896.67 


72. Psychiatry 


41.78 
100.00 




8.22 


73. Radiology 

73a. Summer Course in 

Anatomv 


305.00 


900.00 
305 00 


74. Surgery 

75. Therapeutics 


1,650.00 

300.00 

4,520.00 


769.09 

35.87 

167.91 




880.91 
264.13 


76. Art Service 


'978.90 
534 ' 74 


4,352 09 


76a. Post-Graduate Courses. . 


978.90 


77. General E.xpenses 

78. Anatomical Building. . . . 

79. Banting Institute 

80. Hygiene Building 


4,150.00 
5,645.00 


532.25 




3.617.75 
6,179.74 


24,400.00 

11,250.00 218.41 
8,850.00 


1,970.65 




22,429.35 
11,468.41 


81. Medical Building 


853.86 




7,996.14 




$369,596. OOl $ 2,956.43 


$22,880.26 


$54,921.31 


$404,593.48 



26 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Revenue Expenditures, 1941-42 — Continued 





Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


\'III. School of Hygiene: 

82. Salaries 








$28,723.01 
4,716.72 


$ 28,723 01 


83. 


\Iaintenance 








4,716 72 




:ulty of Applied Science: 
Salaries 


















$33,439.73 


$ 33,439.73 


IX. Fa 

84. 


$293,752.00 




$ 6,615.17 
209.57 
156.17 

85.18 

367.53 

149.19 

341.42 

43.06 

159.19 

412.10 
571 . 22 
135.04 

752.77 

241.93 
695.98 




$287,136.83 


85. 


Applied Physics 

Architecture. School of. . 
ChemicaLEngineering 

and Applied Chemistry- 
Civil Engineering: 

Municipal and 

Structural 

Civil Engineering: 

Surveying & Geodesy . 
Electrical Engineering. . . 
Engineering Drawing. . . 
Mechanical Engineering. 
Metallurgical 

Engineering 


1,400.00 




1,190.43 


86. 


805.00 
7,500.00 

1,250.00 

3,855.00 

3,100.00 

600.00 

2,800.00 

1,870.00 
2,900.00 
3,100.00 
8,950.00 

7,850.00 
6,605.00 

495.00 

12,050.00 




648.83 


87. 






7,414.82 


88. 






882 . 47 


89. 






3,705.81 


90. 






2,758.58 


91. 






556.94 


92. 






2,640.81 


93. 






1,457.90 


94. 


Mining Engineering 

General Expenses 

Photographic Service . . . 

Electrical Bldg. (includ- 
ing Mechanical Bldg. 
and Wind Tunnel). . . . 

Engineering Bldg 

Geodetic Observatory 

Bldg .....;... 

Mining Bldg. (including 
Mill Bldg.) 






2,328.78 


95. 






2,964.96 


96. 






8,197.23 


97. 






7,608.07 


98. 






5,909.02 


99. 


$ 15.71 




510.71 


100. 


548.30 




11,501.70 




Of which chargeable to 

Wallberg Fund 

ulty of Dentistry: 
Salaries 










$358,882.00 
16,000.00 


$ 15.71 


$11,483.82 


$16,000.00 






$342,882.00 


$347,413.89 


X. Fac 
101. 


$ 85,263.00 

23,000.00 
2,250.00 




$ 73.96 

2.325.60 

48.22 

1 .333 26 




$ 85,189.04 


102. 


Laboratory and Infirm- 
ary Supplies, etc 

General Expenses 

Dental Building 

;ulty of Household Science: 

Salaries 

Household Science 

Food Chemistry 

General Expenses 

Household Science Bldg. 

acuity of Forestr^■: 

Salaries 

Maintenance 






20,674.40 


103. 






2,201.78 


104. 


14,200.00 






12,866.74 












$124,713.00 




$ 3,781.04 




$120,931.96 












XI. Fac 
105 


$ 28,050.00 
3 275 00 




$ 256.74 
183 69 




$ 27,793.26 


106 






3,091.31 


107 


2 000 00 1 


317.04 

77 15 




1,682.96 


108 


2^000.00 
5,700 00 






1,922.85 


109. 


! 327 03 




5,372.97 




1 








$ 41.025.00 




$ 1,161.65 




$ 39,863.35 










XII. F 
110. 


$ 21.234.00 
2,000.00 
2,480.00 




$ 65.67 




$ 21,168.33 


Ill 




431.09 
292.25 




1,568.91 


112 


Forestry Building 




2,187.75 










$ 25,714.00 




$ 789.01 




$ 24,924.99 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



27 



Revenue Expenditures, 1941-42 — Continued 





Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


XIII. Faculty of Music: 

1 13. Salaries 


$ 4,250 00 


$ 150.00 






$ 4 400 00 


114. Maintenance 


300.00 
11,000.00 


191.64 




108 36 


115. Special Grant to Toronto 
Conservatory of Music 


11,000 00 











$ 15.550.00 


$ 150.00 


$ 191.64 




$ 15,508.36 


XI\'. School of Graduate Studies: 
116. Salaries 


$ 4,100.00 
625.00 








$ 4 100 00 


117. Maintenance 




197.91 




427 09 










$ 4,725.00 




$ 197.91 




$ 4,527.09 


X\'. School of Nursing: 

118. Salaries 


$ 22,040.00 

4,575.00 

2.400.00 

15,900.00 

1.000.00 

5,700.00 


j- 




$44,397.68 




119. Special Teaching 

120. School Maintenance. . . . 

121. Residence Maintenance. 

122. Contingencies 


$ 53,897.68 


123. Building, No. 7 Queen's 
Park 












Less Rockefeller Endow- 
ment Interest, etc 


S 51,615.00 
42,115.00 






$ 9,500.00 






$44,397.68 


$ 53,897 68 












X\'I. School of Social Work: 

124. Salaries 


$ 14.225.00 
1,025.00 




$ 25 00 




$ 14,200 00 


125. Maintenance 


137.76 




887.24 




$ 15,250.00 




162.76 




$ 15,087.24 


X\ II. University Extension and 
Publicity: 
126. Salaries 


S 17,750.00 
41,100.00 




$ 807.50 




$ 16,942 50 


127. Extension and Publicity 
Department 


$20,034.42 




61,134.42 










$ 58,850.00 


$20,034.42 


S 807.50 




$ 78.076.92 


XVIII. Men's Residences: 

128. Maintenance of Buildings 


S 19,040.00 




$ 3,871.02 




$ 15,168.98 








XIX. Women's Residences and 
Union: 

129. Maintenance of Buildings 

130. Housekeeping Account . . 


S 11,425.00 
59,200.00 




$ 67.64 
4,003.21 




$ 11,357.36 






55,196.79 










$ 70,625.00 




$ 4,070.85 




$ 66,554.15 










XX. 131. Central Power Plant. . 


$168,100.00 


$ 4,233.51 






$172,333.51 












XXI. Miscellaneous and General: 
132 Auditor's Fees 


$ 3,000.00 

15,000.00 

4,600.00 








$ 3,000.00 


133. Bursaries 




$ 2,458.50 

124.99 

18,630.24 

56.96 

3,513.57 




12,541.50 


134. Central Stores 




4,475.01 


135 Contingencies 


20 000 00 






1,369 76 


136. Convocation Expenses.. 


600 00 






543.04 


137. Grounds i 21 .,=500 Oo! 




17,986.43 


138. Insurance 


25,000. oo! S 377.38 
1,000.00 




25,377.38 


139. Law costs 


62i.l5 




378.85 















28 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Revenue Expenditures, 1941-42 — Continued 





Appropriation 


Supple- 
mentarj- 


Unused 


Eaton, 

Rockefeller 

and Wallberg 

Funds 


Total 


140. Protective Service 

141. Publications & Societies. 

142. Receptions to Societies 

and Universitv \ isitors 


18.650.00 
4,100.00 

3,000.00 




605.65 

81.14 

2,347.62 




18,044.35 
4,018.86 

652 . 38 


143. Senate Elections 






144. Taxes 


7,500.00 

14,600.00 

3,200.00 








7,500.00 


145. Telephones 

146. Travelling Expenses. . . . 

147. Unemployment Insur'nce 


"6,012; 88 


1,195.93 
1,265.59 




13,404.07 
1,934.41 
6,012.88 











XXII. 148. Capital Account 

Charges 


$141,750.00 


$ 6,390.26 


$30,901.34 




$117,238.92 


$119,153.00 








$119,153.00 










XXIII. Special Research: 

149. Departmental 

Appropriations 

150. Banting and Best 


$ 18,140.00 
10,000.00 




$ 1,048.58 




$ 17,091.42 




10,000.00 












$ 28,140.00 


$ 1,048.58 




$ 27,091.42 















RECAPITULATION 





Appropriation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton, 

Rockefeller, 

and Wallberg 

Funds 


Total 


I. Administration 

II. Library 

III. Roval Ontario 


$ 258.602.00 
116,930.00 

81,000.00 

44,425.00 

19,700.00 

906,143.00 

369,596.00 


$ 4,155.48 


$ 12,901.03 
4,675.57 




$ 249,856.45 
112,254.43 

81,000.00 


IV. Athletics, Physical 

Training, etc 

V. Examinations 

VI. Faculty of Arts.. ... . 

VII. Faculty of Medicine. 
VIII School of Hvgiene. . . 


24,401 . 45 

" "344^70 
2,956.43 


2,537.66 

1,182.14 

37,209.00 

22,880.26 


$ 54,92L31 
33,439-. 73 

16,000.00 


66,288.79 

18,517.86 

869,278.70 

404,593.48 

33,439.73 


IX. Faculty of Applied 

Science 


342,882.00 
124,713.00 

41,025.00 
25,714.00 
15,550.00 

4,725.00 

9,500.00 

15.250.00 

58,850.00 
19,040.00 

70,625.00 
168,100.00 

141,750.00 

119,153.00 
28,140.00 


15.71 


11,483.82 
3,781.04 

1,161.65 
789.01 
191,64 

197.91 


347,413.89 


X. Faculty of Dentistry. 

XI. Faculty of House- 

hold Science 

XII. Faculty of Forestry. . 

XIII. Faculty of Music 

XIV. School of Graduate 

Studies 

XV. School of Nursing. . . 

XVI. School of Social Work 
X\'II. University Extension 

and Publicitv 

XVIII. Men's Residences. .. . 

XIX. Women's Residences 

and Union 

XX Central Power Plant 


120,931.96 


' '44,397 .68 


39,863.35 
24,924.99 


150.00 


15,508.36 

4,527.09 
53,897.68 


20,034.42 

'4,233; 51 
6,390.26 


162.76 

807.50 
3,871.02 

4,070.85 


15,087.24 

78,076.92 
15,168.98 

66,554.15 
172,333.51 


XXI. Miscellaneous and 

General 


30,901.34 




117,238.92 


XXII. Capital Account 

Charges 

XXIII. Special Research. . . . 


119,153.00 




1,048.58 




27,091.42 








$2,981,413.00 


62,681.96 


$139,852.78 
62,681.96 


$148,758.72 


$3,053,000.90 

148,758.72 




$ 77,170.82 










$ 77,170.82 


$2,904,242.18 


Unused 






Charged to Revenue. 


$2,904,242.18 





UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 29 

I. ADMINISTRATION 
1. Salaries 

(All salaries, except where otherwise stated, are for 12 months to 30th June, 1942) 

President's Office 

Hon. H. J. Cody, LL.D., President: 

Salar\' ■ $13,500.00 

Expenses 1,500.00 

$15,000.00 

Miss A. MacGillivray, Secretan,- to the President (paid also $250.00 as 

Secretary, Faculty of Music) 2,000. 00 



$ 17,000.00 



Bursar's Office 

C. E. Higginbottom, Bursar and Secretary to the Board of Governors $5,500.00 
Accounts Branch: 
Accountants: 

J. A. Gair, General Funds. . . .- 2,400.00 

G. L. Court, at $2,300; on war service; contribution to Pen- 
sion Fund 69.00 

Miss E. Crookshanks, Investment Clerk, 4 mos. at $1,200, 8 mos. 

at $1,300 1,266.67 

Bookkeepers: 

H. E. McBride, 4 mos. at $1.600., 8 mos. at $1,700 1,666.67 

H. Pouwels, 4 mos. at $1,250., 8 mos. at $1,300. 1,283.33 

J. R. Prince, at $1,100; on war service; contribution to Pen- 
sion Fund 27 . 50 

Temporary Bookkeepers: 

W. U. Macfarlane, 4 mos. at $1,250., 8 mos. at $1,300 1,283.33 

M. Holditch, 4 mos. at $800., 8 mos. at $875 850.00 

Miss E. Long, Appropriations Ledger Clerk 1,700.00 

Assistant Appropriations Ledger Clerks: 

Miss R. Mahood, 4 mos. at $1,150., 7 mos. at $1,200; resigned 1,083.33 
Miss V. Whitehead, 4 mos. at $1,000., 8 mos. at $1,050 1,033.33 

Clerks: 

Miss J. H. Branton, at $1,450; 2 mos.. retired 241.66 

Miss F. M. Quinlivan, 4 mos. at $1,000., 8 mos. at $1,050 1.033.33 

Miss G. J. Haight, 4 mos. at $750., 8 mos. at $850 816.67 

Fees Branch: 

Miss E. B. Goodwin, Chief Clerk 2,250 . 00 

G. M. Grant, Cashier 1.750.00 

Record Clerks: 

Mrs. Isobel McCormick at $1,000, from 1 April 250.00 

Miss B. Johnson, 4 mos. at $900., 5 mos. at $1,000; resigned 716.66 

Miss A. deWynter, 4 mos. at $800., 8 mos. at $900 866.67 

Secretarial Branch: 

Miss M. Burns, Secretary to the Bursar 2,100.00 

Miss M. Donovan, Assistant, 4 mos. at $900., 8 mos. at $1,000. . . 966.67 

Miss M. Austin, Pensions Clerk _ 1,750.00 

Assistants: 

Miss D. W. Haggart, 4 mos. at $1,000., 7 mos. at $1,050; 

resigned 31 May 945. 83 

Miss M. L. Lillie, at $900. from 8 December (transferred from 

Accounts Branch) 508. 10 

Clerks: 

Mrs. J. L. Stuckey (nee Miss Berry; transferred from Accounts 

Branch)4mos. at$l,000, 8mos. at$l,050 1,033.33 

Miss J. Davidson, at $950; resigned 15 November 356.26 



$ 33,748.34 



30 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Registrar's Office 

A. B. Fennell, Registrar $ 5,300.00 

A. T. Laidlaw, Assistant Registrar 4.300.00 

Assistants: 

Miss E. Hargreaves 2,100.00 

Miss I. E. Eraser 1,500.00 

Miss J. L. Stephens 1,100 00 

Graduates' Register: 
Clerks: 

Miss M. F. Thompson 1,500.00 

Miss B. G. Van Allen 1.500.00 

Miss R. D. Wvthe 1,000.00 

Miss J. E. Woods 950 . 00 

Clerks: 

Miss A. S. Meen 1,700.00 

Miss M. M. Lavell at SI, 100; ob. 20 March 825.00 

Miss G. Lawrenson 650.00 

Miss D. E. Robb, Temporary Clerk, 111/3 weeks at $15 per week 170.00 

Miss E. M. Sharpe. Secretan,- to the Registrar 1,700.00 

Stenographers: 

Miss E. M. Fasken 1,500.00 

Miss D. A. Woods 1 ,000 . 00 

Filing Clerk: 

J. D. Fetherston at $650; on war service from February 487.50 

John Massingberd, temporary, 21 1/3 weeks at $12 per week. . . . 256.00 

$27,538.50 

Superintendent's Office 

A. D. LePan, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds $ 6,500.00 

W. H. Bonus, Assistant Superintendent, at $4,500; on war service; 

contribution to Pension Fund 160.00 

Assistants: 

G. D. Maxwell (Salan.- $3,700; additional for duration of war $600) 4,300.00 
E. G. Moogk at $2,800; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund _ . 77.00 

J. Shortreed at $2,800; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 84.00 

W. L. D. Carnie, Chief Clerk, 2 mos. at $2,450, 10 mos. at $2,500. . . . 2,491 .67 

Miss M. D. Chisholm, Stenographer, at $1,450; resigned 31 August. . 241.66 

Clerks: 

Miss A. K. Wynn 1,450.00 

Miss E. Nicklin 1,450.00 

Miss R. M. Rankin, 2 mos. at $1,050, 10 mos. at $1,250 1,216.66 

Miss M. R. LeGrow, 2 mos. at $950, 10 mos. at $1,000 991.65 

Miss M. E. Lee at $900; resigned 16 August 150.00 

Miss B. Hart. 2 mos. at $900, 10 mos. at $950 941 .67 

Temporary Assistants: 

A. J. Butlin, at $37.50 and $45.00 per week 2,175.00 

W. Robson, at $42.50 and $45.00 per week 2,276.67 

A. H. Taylor, at $45.00 per week from 11 March 712 . 50 

$ 25,218.48 

Miscellaneous 

J. B. Bickersteth, Warden, Hart House, at $4,500; on leave of absence 
with SalarN' paid by Department of National Defence to 31 May, 

$4,125; contribution to Pension Fund for June, $15 $ 4,140.00 

Leonard Smith. Bedel, also Attendant and Messenger, President's 

Office 1,300.00 

$ 5,440.00 

$108,945.32 
Less paid by Department of National Defence for J. B. Bickersteth. . 4,125.00 

$104,820.32 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



31 



2. Pensions and Retiring Allowances 

University's Contribution to Pension Funds for the year ending 30 
June, 1942: 

Remitted to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association, New- 
York, for credit of retiring allowances funded there (original 

contributory plan) $37,648 . 77 

Less paid by: 

Toronto Conservatory of Music SIOO.OO 

G. de B. Robinson 116.62 

216.62 

Credited to Academic Pension Fund (formerly non-contributory 
plan) 

Credited to Employees' Pension Fund (Administrative and Clerical 

Employees) 

Sundry Annual Allowances (voted separately and not chargeable to 
above funds) paid as detailed below: 

Sir Robert Falconer $10,000 . 00 

Less payable from: 

Carnegie Foundation $ 995.00 

Academic Pension Fund 1,405.00 

2,400.00 

7.600.00 

Dr. F. A. Moure 3,600.00 

Less payable from: 

Carnegie Foundation $1,305.00 

Academic Pension Fund 1,743.27 

3,048.27 

551.73 

H. H. Langton 400.00 

Miss A. W. Patterson, 5 months, transferred to Employees' Pension 

Fund ' 1,145.85 

D. J. Clark 250.00 

Widows' Allowances: 

Mrs. M. Hope Gillespie 900.00 

Mrs. Christian Lynn 375 . 00 



3. President's Office 

Office supplies, postage, printing and incidentals: 

President H.J. Cody, sundry disbursements telegrams, etc 

Postage 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter inspection 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., typewriter $126.75; less allowance 

on old typewriter $75.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 



$ 37,432.15 
32,000.00 
27,682.77 



11,222.58 
$108,337.50 



67.74 

47.00 

5.40 

51.75 
858.33 



$ 1,030.22 



4. Bursar's Office 

Office supplies, postage, printing and incidentals ($2,QQ»S9^:'UfSP ^ 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., ribbons, rolls, service, etc i. 

Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers, 

membership dues 

Grand and Toy Ltd., binders, indexes, cheques 

Might Directories Ltd., City Directory- 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., folders, transfer cases, chairs 

Photographic service, photostats 

Postage 

Robbins and Townsend, ribbons, typewriter inspections 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., ribbons, maintenance, paper 

University Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 

The Bursar, Sundry disbursements: 

Meals for Staff, overtime work, $178.00; accountant, allowance 
for use of car, banking, $86.25; exchange on cheques and 
postal notes, $4.78; sundries, $12.70; Less credit on ex- 
change, $32.95 



52.34 

10.00 
193.00 

32.40 
128.65 

36.75 
550.00 

64.80 

40.86 
146^59 

22.78 



248.78 



/^Co>f 



32 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



The Bursar, travelling expenses to White Sulphur Springs, West 
Virginia, U.S.A., annual meeting of the Eastern Association 

of College and University Business Officers 114.55 

Superintendent's Dept., labour SI. 72; material, .12 1.84 

Clerical Assistance (S2,643.86): 

Miss Shirley Barnum, 2 weeks, 2 days 35.00 

Miss Ethel'Blunt, 2 weeks, 2 days 35.00 

Miss Joan Da\'is, 2 weeks, 2 days 35 . 00 

W. J. Duthie, 52 weeks 1,200.00 

Mrs. B. Geddes. comptometer operator, 4 days 18.00 

Miss Mary Howitt, 2 weeks, 2 days 35.00 

Miss Helen Lilley, 1 week, 2 days 26. 66 

Mrs. I. McCormick. 38 weeks, 2 days 690.00 

Miss Peggy Ximmo, 3 weeks, 2 days 50.00 

Miss M. Paine, 15 weeks, 3 days 249.20 

Miss M. Ruddle, 2 weeks, 2 days 35.00 

J. Seath, 2 weeks, 1 dav 50 . 00 

Miss B. Stucky, 12 weeks, 2 days 185.00 

Stamp taxes and bank service charges 1,385.40 



4a. Mechanical Accounting Equipment for Bursar's Office 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co. of Canada Ltd., Burroughs budgetary 

accounting machine $ 2,344 . 40 

Grand & Toy Ltd., stationery, printing, ledger trays, etc., for account- 
ing machine ' 507 . 50 



$ 6,986.30 



$ 2,851.90 



5. Registrar's Office 

Stationen,-, office supplies and postage (§2,766.95): 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, plates $ 52.50 

P. E. Hyde, subscription to daily papers 27.00 

Might Directories Ltd., city directory 43.20 

Mimeograph Co., ink, pads, stencils, etc 36.83 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., folders, cards, etc 277.21 

Postage 1,250.00 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter inspections 14.70 

E. G. Taylor, adding machine inspection 13.40 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd.. ribbons, rentals, repairs 89.46 

University Press, printing and stationery 911 . 16 

Accounts under SIO.OO (8) 32 . 07 

The Registrar, sundry disbursements 15.00 

Superintendent's Dept. labour 4.42 

Clerical Assistance ($771.18): 

A. W. Gowans. 3535^2 hours 187.68 

A. H. Hevwood, 3 1/6 weeks 47. 50 

J. F. Hiciclin, 24 days 36.25 

Mrs. Lorraine Llovd, 3^4 hours 3.45 

J. F. Mantley, 2 weeks 30.00 

John Massingberd, 5/6 weeks 10.00 

Mrs. M. Monkhouse, 3 weeks, 78 hours 100.80 

Miss B. J. Teagle, 7 1/3 weeks 110.00 

Mrs. Ruth Trott, 4 5 '6 weeks 132 . 50 

\'. \'an X'lymen, 4 weeks 48.00 

Miss Margaret Wilson, 4 1/3 weeks 65.00 

Roll of Service (S602.50) : 

Miss J. G. Maxwell, 21 weeks, 5 days 337.50 

Miss B. J. Teagle, 17 2/3 weeks 265.00 

Printing, including Arts Calendar, curricula and cost of Students' 
Directoiy (S2, 647.74): 

University Press, calendar, curricula, etc 1,708. 14 

Students' Director>- 939 . 60 

$ 6,788.37 
Less Credits: Proceeds from sale of Students' 

Directory $458 . 60 

Proceeds from sale of material 28. 10 

Minister of Education, Province of Ontario to cover 
cost of matriculation examinations, incidental 

expenses 63 . 10 

549.80 



$ 6,238.57 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 33 



6. Superintendent's Office 

Office Supplies, postage, printing and incidentals ($1,982.83): 

Brown Bros. Ltd., ledger, inde.xes $ 16.86 

Bernard Cairns Ltd.. rubber stamps, ink 32.25 

R. G. Dalton Co., blue prints 63.57 

C. W. Mack Ltd., daters 11.02 

McMillan Publishing Co., Weekly Tariff Intelligence 25.00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., chairs, transfer cases 138.38 

Postage, S270.bO; Revenue Stamps, S18.00 288.00 

President's Office, typewriter 75.00 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, auto license, $10.00; ration book 

$1.00 11.00 

J. Frank Raw, pencils, tracing paper 15.85 

Remington Rand, typewriter, $155.92; inspections, $21.00 176.92 

Richardson Bond and Wright Ltd., priority forms 20.52 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter inspection, ribbons 61.70 

Salem's Garage, auto repairs 64. 13 

University Extension Dept., stencils, paper 24.46 

University Press, printing, binding, stationery 697.29 

Accounts'under $10.00 (18). 75.99 

The Superintendent, sundry disbursements 34.77 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $24.49; material, $125.63 150. 12 

Incidental e.xpenses re work on buildings: 

Labour 20 . 47 

Drafting Assistance: 

A. H. Taylor, 36 weeks, 2 days 1,550.28 

Clerical Assistance ($2,669.78): 

Miss A. F. Brock, 2 weeks, 14 days 58.50 

Miss M. Cook, 173^ weeks, 11 days 319.00 

Miss E. J. Henry, 43H weeks, 11 days 713.00 

Miss A. Jarvis, 11 H weeks, 2 days 174.00 

Miss B. Ketcheson, 13^^ weeks, 2 days 207.50 

Mrs. N. Lynes, 6 weeks, 19H days 149.00 

Miss C. Macklem. 50 weeks, 13 days 814. 50 

Miss L. M. Talliot, 5 days 15.00 

Miss M. Thompson, 13 weeks, 11 days 220.28 

7. Convocation Hall and Simcoe Hall 

Heat and Light $ 4,975 . 58 

Gas, $63.28; water, $78.72 142.00 

Caretaker's supplies ($621.77): 

University Press, ink, paper, directory 13.48 

Superintendent's Dept., material 608.29 

Cleaning ($5,943.27): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 36.69 

High Park Window Cleaners 21 . 50 

Mrs. A. Vates, overtime services 135. 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 5,749.58 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,164.05): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son awnings recovered " 14.80 

T. Eaton Co.. bicycle, red vehet 72.35 

Langleys Ltd., cleaning, pressing 22.20 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, public hall license 10.00 

Lionel Rawlinson Ltd., table 40.00 

John Smith, repairing chesterfield 38.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) . . 31 . 70 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,443.99; material, $491.01 1,935.00 

Acting Postmaster and Chief Messenger: 

H. R. Cheney, 12 months 1,500.00 

Messenger and Post Office Service ($2,154.66): 
Messengers at $8.50 to $17 a week: 

William Allen, 32}^ days 65.00 

J. Anderson, 4 weeks, 44 days 110.39 



$ 6,223 . 36 



34 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Roy Bound, 25 days $ 78. 38 

Norman Britt, 3^ day .80 

Victor Brown, 7^ days 13.07 

H. Collins, 203^ weeks, 11 days 200. 17 

G. Fowler, 41 days 81 . 84 

D. Gorton, 4J^ weeks, 3 days 45.00 

George Hall, 1 week, 1 day 10.29 

G. Hillis, 29 weeks, 1 day 275.00 

Miss B. Howell, 4 weeks, 15}/^ days 75.00 

Miss E. Lockhart, 28 weeks, 14 days 551 . 94 

T. MacMillan, 6 weeks, 343^ days 121 . 85 

R. Mcintosh, 4 days 6 . 98 

J. Monkhouse, 223^ weeks, 2 days 433. 84 

Ross Wilcox, overtime 3 . 50 

F. C. Willim, 17 days 29.61 

Carfares 52.00 

$17,501.33 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant $4,975 . 58 

Credit for cleaning, etc 417.35 

5,392.93 

$ 12,108.40 

8. 86 Queen's Park 

Repairs and renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2.40 

$ 2.40 

9. 184 College St. (Transferred from Faculty of Arts) 

Light $ 143.26 

Fuel ($484.13): 

Halliday Bros 483.49 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, .54; material, .10 .64 

Gas, $20.59; water, $51.85 72.44 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 98.87 

Cleaning ($367.14): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 3.80 

Mrs. T. Thesiger, overtime services 28.00 

White Window Cleaning Co 4. 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 330.84 

Repairs and renewals: 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 11 . 55 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $236.00; material, $29.85 265.85 

$ 1,443.24 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $143.26 

Sundry Credits, cleaning 42 . 50 

185,76 

• — $ 1,257.48 



$249,856.45 



H. LIBRARY 
10. Salaries 

W. S. Wallace, Librarian (paid also $350 in Ontario College 

of Education) $ 5,500.00 

Miss H. G. B. Woolryche, Assistant Librarian (paid also $75 in Ontario 

College of Education) 2,500.00 

Heads of Departments: 

Miss M. L. Newton, Circulation (paid also $25 in Ontario College 

of Education) 2,250.00 

Miss E. V. Bethune, Cataloguing 2,150.00 

Miss A. M. Cordingley, Periodicals • 1,850.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



35 



1,400; on war service from January. 



Assistants: 

M iss E. Creighton 

Miss E. Aldridge 

Miss J. Jarvis 

Miss M. H. Skinner. . . 

Miss J. Rathbun 

Miss I. Trowern 

Miss A. Leonard 

Miss D. Dignum 

Miss M. L. Hewitt. . . . 

Miss E. L. Alexander. . 

Miss D. Tod 

Miss K. Ball, 8 mos. at 

Miss V. A. Taylor 

Miss Edith Cook 

Miss K. Wales 

Miss G. Williams 

Miss R. Haldenby (paid also $27 for Extension work) 

Miss M. Robinson 

Miss F. E. Bertram, at $1,250; on war service from July 

Miss E. Heighington, at $1,250; on war service from March 

Miss J. MacBeth 

Miss M. Rose 

Miss M. Thompson r . . . 

Miss Emma Wilson, at $1,250; resigned 5 September 

Miss J. Arnold 

Miss M. Carson 

Miss M. Holloway. at $1,200 from 6 September 

Miss V. I . Keys . .' 

Miss E. Pepall 

Miss M. R. Read 

Miss H. C. Wrightman 

Miss M. H. Buchan (part-time) 

J. A. Patterson, Attendant (with rooms, heat and light valued at $420 

as Caretaker of building — paid also $42.50 for overtime) 

Stackmen: 

Stanley South, 2 mos. at $65 per month and 10 mos. at $70 per 

month 

H. S. Cheney, from 20th August, at $45 per month 

William Fryer, at $50 per month; resigned 18th August 

Donald Bryan, Messenger at $9 per week (paid also $19.50 as Atten- 
dant, University Extension Evening Classes) 



$1,700.00 
1,700.00 
1,650.00 
1,600.00 
1,600.00 
1,500.00 
1,500.00 
1,450.00 
1,450.00 
1,450.00 
1,400.00 

947.34 
1,400.00 
1,350.00 
1,350.00 
1,350.00 
1,300.00 
1,300.00 

192.54 

946.10 
1,250.00 
1,250.00 
1,250.00 

225 . 70 
1,200.00 
1,200.00 

983.33 
1,200.00 
1,200.00 
1,200.00 
1,200.00 

550.00 

1,200.00 



830.00 

467.41 

79.03 

349.83 



$ 57,021.28 



11. Library Maintenance 



General Library Appropriation (Current Account): 
Books and Periodicals ($28,793.76): 

Edward G. Allen & Son $ 3,694 . 62 

Thomas Alien 109 . 13 

American Chemical Society 59.48 

American Dental Association 67. 32 

American Geneological Index ■ 44.68 

American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 38.37 

American Institute of Physics 30.43 

American Judicature Society 31.16 

American Journal of Physiology 26. 92 

American Library Association 68. 75 

American Mathematical Society 33. 63 

American Medical Association 143 . 64 

American Numismatic Society 131 . 71 

American Psychological Association 45 . 79 

American Society for Metals 30 . 74 

G. H. Arrow 26. 17 

Baker and Taylor Co. 3,535 . 18 

Baker \'oorhis & Co 44 . 86 

Barnes and Noble Inc 28.49 

Biological Abstracts 27 . 89 



36 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

H. Bittner & Co $ 32.25 

B. H. Blackwell & Co 126.05 

P. & H. Bliss... 32.46 

A. Bonnier Publishing House 48 . 49 

R. R. Bowker 107.45 

Brentano's 28.46 

British Educational Society 58 . 75 

K. B. Buchberger 206. 55 

Burroughs & Co. (Eastern) Ltd 35 . 70 

Butterworth & Co 56.20 

California Law Review 205 . 66 

Cambridge University Press 69.05 

Canada Law Book Co 81 . 90 

Canadian Law List Publishing Co 33.00 

Canadian Shipping Brokers Co 42 . 07 

Carswell & Co 761 . 51 

Citizens' Research Institute of Canada 25.00 

Arthur H. Clark Co 105.06 

Clarke. Irwin & Co 825.09 

College Tvping Co 28. 75 

\Vm. Collins Sons & Co 26.86 

Columbia Universitv Press 64.65 

Copp Clark Co ' 62.68 

Cornell Law Quarterly. . ., 102 . 64 

Owen Davies 55 . 93 

\Vm. Dawson Subscription Service 299. 85 • 

Dawson's Book Shop 50.23 

Richard de Boo Ltd 68.50 

J. M. Dent & Sons 35.37 

Frank L. Doherty 70.34 

G. Ducharme 298.35 

EgA,pt Exploration Society 28. 90 

F. \V. Faxon 1,449. 13 

Franz G. Ferger 756 . 50 

Henr\' George Fielder 50 . 34 

Foreign and International Book Co. Inc 156.06 

Fort St. Marv Tercentenarv 31 . 35 

\V. J. Gage & Co 110.51 

General Publishing Co. Ltd 40 . 74 

Grolier Societv Ltd 61 . 95 

Gurney & Jackson 101 . 39 

Harvard College Library 194. 56 

Historical Society of Pennsylvania 119.04 

Dora Hood's Book Room 40 . 25 

John Hopkins Press 38 . 87 

International Labour Organization 61 .00 

Journal Press 55 . 78 

Kingsland Co 29.00 

N. A. Kovack 118.90 

Frederick Krause 41 . 12 

Laurin's Book Shop 30 . 30 

Linguistic Atlas of U.S. A 55.91 

J. B. Lippincott 110.38 

Longmans Green & Co 255 . 54 

Miss E. MacKav 49.50 

MacMillan Co. of Canada 1,121.71 

McAinsh & Co 468.99 

McClelland & Stewart 128.08 

Mrs. M. E. McFarlane 100.82 

McGraw-Hill Book Co 572 . 03 

George J. McLeod 207. 99 

Medical Library- Association 33 . 58 

Minerva Book Sellers 115.55 

Modern Language Association of America 44.37 

Pierpont Morgan Library* 58.02 

C. \'. Mosby Co ' 30.48 

Munsell Colour Co. Inc 51.27 

M usson Book Co 275 . 55 

National Research Council of Canada 26.71 

Thos. Nelson & Son 206. 77 

New \'ork Entomological Society 40. 24 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



37 



New York Times Index S 261 .41 

Old \'ienna Book Shop 54 . 55 

Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons 42 . 81 

Prentice Hall 36 . 67 

Princeton University Press 47 . 37 

Mon. fur d'Unterricht R. O. Roseler ed 77.98 

Ryerson Press 373 . 47 

S. J. R. Saunders 136.26 

Rudolf Schick 27.85 

Seven Book Hunters 49 . 81 

John D. Sherman, Jr 35 . 64 

Simpkin Marshall Ltd 835 . 63 

Robert Simpson Co. Ltd 84 . 05 

J. Siras 70.00 

Society of Chemical Industry 30.85 

Southern Book Co 55 . 56 

Specialty Book Concern 72 . 00 

Stevens and Sons Ltd 28 . 39 

C. A. Stonehill Ltd 68. 13 

Strand Book Store 37. 89 

G. E. Stechert & Co 697.80 

Trustees of British M useum 45 . 36 

University of Chicago Press 194.06 

U.S. Dept. of Documents 139.31 

Ver Brugge Books 498. 79 

Verner Ottawa Bureau 50 . 00 

S. Wenroth 32.00 

Whitcombe & Tombes 28.38 

John Wiley & Sons Inc 298.63 

Williams Book Store 616.31 

Williams and Wilkins Co 192.71 

H. W. Wilson Co 190.34 

Wilston Bureau 67 . 53 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy & Biology 143.45 

University Press 1,121.47 

Accounts under $25.00 (304) 2,318.31 

General Expenses, ($13,002.45): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 28.01 

Corbett Cowley Ltd.. lab. coat 12.31 

Dominion Paper Box Co. Ltd., filing boxes 507.51 

Librarian of Congress, cards 146.04 

Lowe-Martin Co., cards, book pockets 239.44 

Munson Supply Co., speed keys 12.00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinets, filing drawers, ladder, repairs 989.00 

Ontario Library Book Co., binding, binders 68.60 

Photographic Service Dept., photostats 18.22 

Postage 505 . 64 

Registrar's Office, year old city directory 10.00 

Remington Rand, cards, typewriter repairs 126.28 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter maintenance 236.90 

L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters, parts 10.00 

University Press, binding, directories, printing, stationery 8,414.48 

Accounts under $10.00 (11) ' 57.14 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $1,580.89; labour. $11.55; ma- 
terial, $28.44 1.620.88 

$41,796.21 

Less replacement of books lost by departments 49.62 

$41,746.59 
Of which charged to sundry funds as follows: 

Carnegie Librarv, University College $792.47 

Dental, Harry R. Abbott Fund 675.56 

Ann Laidlaw Donation 46. 31 

King Alfred Millenary- Fund 113.02 

John Squair Fund Xo. 2 66 . 47 

Phillips Stewart Bequest . 20.89 

William Lowell Putnam Prize Fund 15.62 

1,730.34 



$40,016.25 



38 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Transaction by Librarian: 

Balance in his hands 1 July, 1941, $50.00; credited from 

fines, $738.45; replacement of books lost, $135.42; 

graduates deposits, $889.45 $1,813.32 

Deposits refunded 491 . 00 

$1,322.32 
Transferred to Trust Funds (Schedule 3) balance of 

graduates' deposits 398 . 45 

Credited to this account 



923.87 



Assistance: 

At $40 to $90 per month: 

Miss Elizabeth Brunke $ 665 . 18 

Don Bryan 30.00 

Miss Mar\' Buckley 141 . 33 

Miss Adele Curry 506. 42 

Miss Florence English 1,080.00 

Mrs. Josephine Gerrish 56 . 43 

Miss M. Hall 70.00 

Miss M. Harding 684.01 

Miss M. Harrison 711.62 

Miss M. Holloway 173. 33 

Mrs. Emma MacDonald 353 . 51 

Miss M. McLarty 122.66 

Miss Carol Nisbett 660.01 

Miss E. Rugg 159.22 

Miss B. Saunders 864. 48 

Miss M. S. Schneider 286.95 

Mrs. M. S. Shepherd 415.28 

Miss M. Slater 607. 12 

Mrs. D. Stacy 289. 71 

Miss Elizabeth Stone 60.00 

Mrs. Jean Tenor 160.00 

Miss Doris Wachsmuth 944 . 00 

Miss Louise Whiteman 61 . 80 

Miss Joan Woodcock 874 . 36 

At 50c per hour: 

Robert Blackburn 157.56 

Miss Margaret Kilpatrick 20. 13 

Miss F. McLeod 33.20 

$10,188.31 
The foregoing $10,188.31 charged as follows: 

Opening Library in evenings $7,824.91 

Special grant for re-classification 2,363.40 

Alterations and fixtures ($1,066.39): 

T. Eaton Co., couch, cushions $ 94.27 

Langley's Ltd., cleaning 16.25 

H. R. Moody, repairs 18.75 

Jno. Smith, repairs 16 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $558.50; material, $392.18 950.68 



$ 39,092.38 



$ 10,188.31 



1,095.95 
$ 50,376.64 



12. Library Building 

Heat and light $ 4,266.94 

Gas, $48.78; water, $91.-32 140. 10 

Fuel: 

Halliday Bros 25 . 60 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 439. 12 

Cleaning (.$2,.360.79): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 14.70 

High Park Window Cleaners 35.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,311 .09 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 39 



Repairs and Renewals ($1,920.15): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades $ 6.75 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., patching master tile 10.57 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5.00 

T. Eaton Co., linoleum, etc 199.34 

Johnson Temperature Regulator Co., repairs 25.48 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, .$1,155.76; material, $517.25 1,673.01 

Caretaker, with living quarters valued at $420.00 (paid from Salaries 

as Librarj' Attendant) J. A. Patterson 

$ 9,152.70 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $4,266.94 
Sale of caretaker's Supplies 29.25 



4,296.19 



$ 4,856.51 
$112,254.43 



III. 13. ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM 

University's share of maintenance advanced to the Trustees of the Royal Ontario 

Museum under R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 343 $ 81,000.00 



IV. ATHLETICS, PHYSICAL TRAINING, ETC. 

14. Athletics and Physical Training — Men 

(a) Salaries: 

T. A. Reed, Secretary, Athletic Directorate $ 5,700.00 

W. A. Stevens, Director of Physical Education (paid by Athletic 

Association; paid also $300 in Physical and Health Education) 

Gymnasium Instructors: 

W. H. Martin, also Supervisor, Compulsory Physical Training 2,700.00 
J. E. McCutcheon, Supervisor of Intramural /Activities (paid 

also $100 in Physical and Health Education) 2,600.00 

C. Zwygard, 9 mos. (paid also $700 in Physical and Health 

Education) 1,250.00 

H. Phillips (part-time) 5 mos 400.00 

W. VV. Winterburn, Swimming Instructor, 10 mos 2,600.00 

Instructors in Boxing (Sessional): 

M. Glionna 250.00 

Dr. L. W. Black 100.00 

Locker Attendants: 

W. Rimmer, Chief Locker and Attendance Clerk (including 

$15 overtime) 2,115.00 

J. R. Rimmer, 41 weeks, 2 days 1,240.00 

L. Green, 41 weeks, 2 days 1,033.33 

J. A. Record, 27 weeks 675.00 

Ervine Powrie, 17 weeks 170 . 00 

L. Parkin, 18 weeks _ 45 . 00 

Miss K. Bovd, Clerical Assistant, 10 mos. (paid also $6 in Physical 

and Health Education) ■ 850.00 

$21,728.33 
Less: Secretary's salary, paid by Athletic Assoc. $5,700.00 
Locker Attendants, paid from Special Funds 950 . 00 

6,650.00 



(b) Maintenance of Department: 

Attendance records, card system ($98.11): 

D. Gestetner, (Canada) Ltd., stencils, ink, etc $30.26 

Grand & Toy, indexes 1 . 60 

U. of T. Athletic Association, postage, etc 6.80 

University Press, cards, directories, printing 59.45 



$ 15,078.33 



40 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Gymnastic appliances and repairs to equipment ($688.19): 

American Tent and Awning Co., mat covers 

Boake Mfg. Co. Ltd., lumber 

T. Eaton Co., shirts and trousers 

George M. Hendr\' Co., blackboard easel 

Robert Simpson Co., fencing equipment -. . . . 

Toronto Radio and Sports Ltd., nets, balls, instructor's shoes 

Upper Canada College, boxing pad 

Jack Watson Sporting Co., sweater coats, softball mits 

Harold A. Wilson, mat covers, mats, balls, gym inspection. . 

Accounts under SIO.OO (5) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $58.59; material, $23.23. . . . 



I 22.00 
14.62 
29.43 
13.13 
22.50 
35.50 
50.00 
19.65 

374.14 
25.40 
81.82 



$ 786.30 
$ 15,864.63 



15. Athletics and Physical Education — Women 

(a) Salaries: 

Miss J. M. Forster, Assistant Physical Director (Sessional; paid 

also S200 in Physical and Health Education) $ 1,500.00 

Miss E. A. Edwards, Swimming Instructor (Sessional; paid also 

$150 for Extension Work) 1,200.00 

Mrs. Margaret Graham, Gymnasium and Clerical Assistant 
(Sessional; paid also in Ontario College of Education and $700 
in Physical and Health Education) 300,00 

Miss A. E. M. Parkes, Secretary-Treasurer, Women's Athletic 
Directorate (Sessional; paid also by Students' Administrative 
Council) 350.00 

(b) Maintenance of Department: 
Sundry expenses ($441.91): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry $ 53.63 

Miss I. G. Coventry', piano rental 21.00 

T. Eaton Co., fencing equipment repaired, fencing jackets. . . 34.71 

John Madsen Mfg. Co., repairs, markers 18.50 

Mrs. O. McNeill, pianist, 21 hrs 21 . 12 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter repairs 22. 15 

Harold A. Wilson Co., racquets, balls 77.68 

University Press, directories, printing, stationery 29.29 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 11.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $56.85; material, $95.98. . . . 152.83 

Janitor service at night classes: 

A. J. Maycock 46. 75 

$ 488.66 
Less received for use of towels at swimming pool 21 .65 

(c) Course for Diploma in Physical Education: 
Honoraria to Instructors: 

D. Y. Solandt $ 150.00 

Miss K. I. McMurrich 150.00 

C. Walters 50.00 

Mrs. S. Baker 40.00 



$ 3,350.00 



$ 467.01 



$ 390.00 
$ 4,207.01 



16. Health Service — Men 

(a) Salaries: 

Director: 

C. D. Gossage, 3 mos. at $5,365 per annum plus $600 for 
travelling expenses and $50 allowance for National 
Defence Tax 

R. W. I. Urquhart, from 1 January (expenses at $3 per day 
1 January to 25 February — $168; salary 26 February to 
30 June, $1,711.31) 



$ 1,991.00 



1,879.31 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 41 



Staff Physicians (Sessional): 

K. E. Ferrie $1,050.00 

H. Allan Burnett 1,050.00 

F. Van V. Snell 1,050.00 

E. S. Jeffrey (paid also SlOO as Examining Phvsician, 

Athletics) .' 1,016. 15 

Examining Physicians, Athletics (Michaelmas Term): 

V. F. Stock 150.00 

T. A. Crowther (paid also S84 as Temporarv Examining 

Physician) ' 100.00 

A. H. Squires 100.00 

E. S. Jeffrey (paid also as Staff Physician) 100.00 

Examining Physicians (Temporary): 

A. R. Wilkins 324.00 

W. R. Caven 288.00 

Arthur G. Smith 276.00 

J. L. Uren 276.00 

R. J. Galloway 240.00 

J. L. McCallum 144.00 

M. J. Wilson 100.00 

T. A. Crowther (paid also as Examining Physician, Athletics) 84.00 

C.B.Graham. 80.00 

R. G. Mackenzie (paid also in Anatomy and Surgery) 56.00 

R. H. Thomas, Consultant Surgeon (Sessional; paid also as 

Associate in Surgery) 200 . 00 

J. M. Thomas, Office Assistant (Sessional) 1,425.00 

Clerical Assistants: 

A. Bailey, temporary, 7 weeks 160.00 

St. John Ambulance Association — for services of Mr. Doodie 25.00 

$ 12,164.46 



(b) Maintenance of Department: 

Supplies and Equipment (S340.42) : 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry $ 18. 14 

A. Guinness, sandals 83. 12 

Jr F. Hartz Co., alcohol, ether, medical supplies, etc 72.61 

Dr. Ross A. Jamieson, medical care 10.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 122.59 

Accounts under $10.00 (7) 33 . 96 

New Furnishings and Equipment ($3,011.14): 

Corbett & Cowley, lab. coats, wrappers 69.88 

T. Eaton Co., couches, covers, pillows, etc 526.67 

Ingram & Bell, scales, tables, stretchers, stools 818.36 

Moffats Ltd., electric range 127.71 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., folders, desk, chairs, etc 444.85 

Postage 5.00 

St. John's Ambulance, candidates, splints 22.00 

Miss A. Tweedle, special cleaning 14.96 

Miss Lillian Watson, stenographic service 49.50 

University Press, printing & stationery 32.21 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $202.75; material, $667.03; 

telephone, $30.22 900.00 

X-ray Examinations: 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario X-ray examinations by De- 
partment of Health 515 . 00 



Less Sundr>' Credits: 

C.O.T.C. Physical Examinations $488.42 

Sundry X-ray Examinations 15.25 

Insurance refund 3.00 



3,866.56 



506.67 



$ 3,359.89 
$ 15,524.35 



42 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

17. Health Service — Women 

(a) Salaries: 

Dr. Jean F. Davey. Medical Adviser, at S2,200, 3 mos.; resigned $ 550.00 
Dr. Jessie A. McGeachy, Part-time Assistant to Medical Adviser 
at S1.200 for 2 mos., Acting Medical Adviser at $1,800 from 
1 September 1,700.00 

Assistants (part-time) from 1 October: 

Dr. Gwen Mulock at Sl.OOO 750.00 

Dr. Frances A. Stewart, at S600.00 450.00 

Miss M. B. Jackes, Office Assistant, 8 mos 1,200.00 

Mrs. Xora Pim, Clerical Assistant (part-time, temporary) 125.00 



(b) Maintenance of Department: 

T. Eaton Co., sheets, cases, linen .$ 27.-36 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 55.82 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel, ice 17.04 

MacMillan Pharmacy, drugs, rubbing alcohol 10.32 

Dr. John Oille, consultant, 5 students 58.00 

Sani-Tread Co., slippers 17.50 

W. K. Welch, professional services 10.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 65.87 

Accounts under SIO.OO (7) 38.34 



$ 4,775.00 



$ 300.25 
$ 5.075.25 



18. Hart House (Share of Maintenance) 

Heat and light $21,446.71 

Cleaning, etc., of g>-mnasium wing: 

Comptroller, Hart House 4,500.00 

Repairs and Renewals ($6,022.31): 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., repairs 26. 70 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 15.00 

Edmund Hind Lumber Co., barclay tile 230.20 

XichoUs Chemical Co., alum 32.82 

Robert Simpson Co., linoleum 55.48 

Accounts under SIO.OO (2) 12.36 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $3,978.08; material, $1,671.68.. 5,649.75 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $21,446.71 
Hart House share of maintenance deducted from fees 

collected 3,000.00 



$31,969.02 



24,446.71 



$ 7,522.31 



18a. Physical and Health Education 

Salaries: 

E. S. Ryerson, Professor of Health Education and Head of Department 

(also in Faculty of Medicine and in Dentistry') $ 500.00 

Associate Professors: 

H. A. Cates, Functional Anatomy (also in Faculty of Medicine) . 500.00 

D. Y. Solandt, Applied Physiology (also in Faculty of Medicine 

and in School of Hygiene) 300.00 

A. W. Ham, Functional Anatomy (also in Faculty of Medicine). . 250.00 

Assistant Professors: 

M. G. Griffiths 3,600.00 

Miss F. A. Somers 2,425.00 

Miss D. N. R. Jackson 1,700.00 

R. E. Haist (also in School of Hygiene, paid from Special Funds). 700.00 

W. A. Stevens 300.00 

Miss J. M. Forster (also in Athletics and Physical Training). . . . 200.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 43 



Associates: 

Miss S. E. Naylor $1,300.00 

J. E. McCutcheon (also in Athletics and Physical Training) 100.00 

Assistants: 

H. D. Ball, Anatomy (also in Faculty of Medicine) 250.00 

C. Zwygard (also in Athletics and Physical Training) 700.00 

Demonstrators in Zoology' (also in Faculty of Arts): 

Miss R. D. C. Martin 150.00 

Miss y. E. Engelbert 150 . 00 

Miss C. H. Layton, Secretary 1,750.00 

Mrs. Margaret Graham, Clerical and Gymnasium Assistant (also in 

Athletics and Physical Training) 700.00 



Administration ($447.68): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades $ 11 .60 

Birks Ellis Ryrie Ltd., medal 15 . 00 

George Coles Ltd., graduation tea 40.00 

T. Eaton Co., invitations and programmes 15.98 

Margaret Eaton School 25 . 92 

Postage 45 . 00 

Dr. E. S. Ryerson, petty cash 20 . 00 

Stephens Sales Ltd., paper, stencils 24.52 

U. of T. Athletic Association, use of arena 90.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 136.04 

Universitv Skating Club, use of sound equipment 14.00 

Accounts'under -SIO.OO (2) 9 . 62 

Men — Equipment supplies, etc. (.S391.73): 

Miss K. Boyd, clerical assistance. 22 hrs $ 13.50 

Eastman Photographic Stores, photographs, reel case trimmer. . 12.49 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., stencils, paper, etc 23.81 

Grand & Toy Ltd., indexes, ledger sheets 30. 11 

Mrs. M. G. Grififiths, clerical assistance, 1 week 16.00 

Miss P. Lea, clerical assistance, 17 hrs 10. 11 

John Lechie Ltd., kapok fenders, rope 18. 95 

F. J. Phillips, dancing instruction 20.00 

St. Andrew's College, calipers, spirometer 28.95 

W. A. Stevens, sundry expenditures 10. 85 

Tip Top Tailors Ltd., trousers 17.00 

Toronto Radio & Sports Ltd., instructor's shoes, balls 32.53 

University Press, printing, stationery 88.30 

Jack Watson Sporting Goods, sweater, belts 11 .30 

Accounts under SIO.OO (12) 56.52 

Superintendent's Dept., material 1.31 

Women — Equipment, supplies, etc. ($207.36): 

Fidelity Circulation Co., of Canada, subscriptions $ 9.00 

Miss D. Gaterd, pianist, 55 ?4 hrs 56.82 

Miss Joan Griffiths, hockey instructor 10.00 

Margesson & Co., shuttles 39.60 

Mrs. O. McNeill, services 43.54 

U. of T. Athletic Association, use of arena 36.00 

Harold A. Wilson, bladder, repairs 12.40 

Women — Margaret Eaton School Building ($493.14): 

Electricity, $181.06; water, $24.14 205.20 

Telephone and Sundries 106.85 

Suits, Towels, and Laundry: 

Parisian Laundry 63 . 99 

Swimming Pool Attendant: 

Mrs. Elizabeth Gardner 112.10 

Thomas Williams, special services 5.00 

$ 700.50 

Less Credits, use of pool 40 . 00 



$ 15,575.00 



447.68 



$ 391 . 73 



$ 660.50 
$ 17,074.91 



44 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

19. Women's Building— 44 Hoskin Ave. 

Fuel (S217.72): 

Halliday Bros $ 215 . 57 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2.15 

Gas, S12.61; electric current, $57.15; water, $8.00 77.76 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 29.21 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($406.37): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry. 1 .00 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 9.00 

D. Harrison, 218 days, 9}^ hrs 54. 10 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 342.27 

Repairs and Renewals ($290.34) : 

Langleys Co., cleaning 7.95 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $224.93; material, $56.39 281 .32 

$ 1,020.33 

$ 66,288.79 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



45 



V. 20. EXAMINATIONS 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ 4.75 






$ 4.75 


8.00 






8.00 


2.50 






2.50 


5.50 






5.50 


11.75 






11.75 


5.25 






5.25 


16.75 






16.75 




$ 24.00 




24.00 


24.00 






24.00 


18.50 






18.50 




30.00 




30.00 


27.00 






27.00 


50.00 






50.00 


45.00 






45.00 




9.00 




9.00 


12.13 






12.13 


29.38 






29.38 


11.50 






11.50 


5.25 


30.00 




35.25 


8.00 






8.00 


11.25 






11.25 


12.13 


30.00 




42.13 


11.00 






11.00 






$ 33.00 


33.00 


30.55 




40.50 


71.05 


2.50 


24.00 




26.50 


3.00 






3.00 






9.00 


9.00 


6.25 






6.25 


7.25 






7.25 


5.25 






5.25 


11.38 






11.38 






36.00 


36.00 




3.00 




3.00 


7.00 






7.00 


1.67 






1.67 


13.25 


21.00 




34.25 


16.75 






16.75 


9.50 






9.50 


2.50 






2.50 




27.00 




27.00 




12.00 




12.00 


23.25 






23.25 


6.25 






6.25 




3.00 




3.00 


6.50 






6.50 


5.50 






5.50 




15.00 




15.00 


2.75 






2.75 


45.00 






45.00 


33.50 






33.50 


2.50 






2.50 


10.50 






10.50 






16.50 


16.50 


18.00 






18.00 






15.00 


15.00 


10.50 






10.50 


45.00 






45.00 


7.50 






7.50 


7.00 






7.00 






28.50 


28.50 


24.75 






24.75 


41.00 






41.00 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 






5.25 


45.00 






45.00 



Abel. Mrs. M. R 

Adams, S. M 

Ainslie, D. S 

Alford. John 

Allcut, E. A 

Anderson, J. M 

Anderson, P. G 

Andison, J. G 

Angus, R. \V 

Ante, I. H 

Anthes, R. G 

Ardagh, E. G. R 

Armour, R. G 

Armstrong, H. G 

Arthur, E. R 

Assie, G. L 

Auld. F. C . 

Bailey, D. L 

Baillie. W. H. T 

Bain, J. W 

Baker, A. W. . 

Balthazard, Miss I. G 

Banting, E. W 

Barath, D 

Barclay, T. B 

Barker, A. E 

Barnes, C 

Barton, A. D 

Bayly, B. deP 

Beamish, F. E 

Beattv, S 

Bell, H. G 

Bell, R. J. R 

Belyea, E. S. W 

Bernhardt, K. S 

Best, C. H 

Birney, A. E 

Blackwood, \V. C 

Bladen, V. W 

Blatz, \V. E. 

Boeschenstein, H.. . . , 
Bonnvcastle, D. D.. . 

Boswell, M. C 

Boyd, \Vm 

Bradley, Miss E. M.. 

Brady, A 

Brett, G. S 

Brieger, P 

Brodie. Miss J. B 

Brooks, E. F 

Brown, Alan 

Brown. E. K 

Brown, G. W 

Bruce, W 

Bryant, L. R 

Brydon. W. H 

Burk. J. D 

Burnham. H. H 

Burt-Gerrans. J. T.. . 

Burton, E. F 

Byrne, P. M 

Cairns, G 

Cameron, G. C 

Campbell, A. A 

Campbell, J 

Campbell, W. R 



46 



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No. 12 



Cano, J 

Carleton, W 

Carscadden, W. G. . . 

Carswell, VV. E 

Carver, H. S. M.. . . 
Cass-Beggs, D. N.. . 

Castell, C. H 

Gates, H. A 

Gavanagh, W. D.. . . 
Ghapman, R. K. . . . 

Glark, G. G 

Glark, R. M 

Glarkson, F. A 

Glawson, W. H 

Gleaver, E. E 

Gleghorn, R. A 

Gline, G. A 

Goburn, Miss K. H.. 

Gochrane, G. N 

Gockburn, J. R 

Gole, Miss A. G 

Gole, G. E. C 

Gole, F. L 

Gonboy, F. J 

Gosbie, W. G 

Gosens, G. G 

Gouch, J. H 

Gourtice, H. A 

Goventry, A. F 

Gowling, T 

Gox, M. A 

Goxeter, H. S. M 

Graigie, E. H 

Grerar, S. R 

Groal, A. G 

Grouch, S. S 

Dale, E. A 

Dales, J. W 

Danis, J. T 

Davey, A 

Dawson, R. M 

Detweiler, H. K 

Dexter, Miss R. V.. . 

Dixon, Allan 

Dobson, H. G 

Dodington, E. L 

Dore, Rev. J. W 

Drummond, W. M.. . 

Duff, T. A. J 

Dunbar, W. B 

Du\'ernet, G. S 

Dwight, T. W 

Edison, G 

Edwards, G. R 

Endicott, N. J 

Etkin, B 

Evans, E. \' 

Evans, Rev. K. G.. . . 

Evans, W. G 

Falconer, J. G 

Farmer, A. W 

Farquharson, R. F.. . 

Farrar, G. B 

Farrar, S. G 

Ferguson, F. L 

Fidlar, E 

Finch, R 

Finkelman, Jacob. . . 
Finley, Mrs. Rebecca 



Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 



$ 4.67 
45.00 



6.25 
5.50 

10.00 
17.00 
30.50 

15.00 

45.00 

45.00 

7.13 

2.50 

5.25 

10.75 

6.88 

45.00 

15.00 

32.75 

16.75 

5.25 

45.00 

2.63 

93.75 

21.63 

12.50 

5.25 

5.25 

2.13 

23.75 

2.75 

45.00 
20.25 
11.00 
31.75 
1.75 



10.75 
13.50 
45.00 



5.00 

5.25 

9.75 
8.50 

87.50 
45.00 

81.75 
31.15 

6.00 

7.00 

11.63 

19.50 

5.25 



Presiding 
Officer 



$ 21.00 

27.00 
24.00 
42.00 



43.20 

30.00 
33.00 



24.00 

24.00 

6.00 



42.00 
24.00 
18.00 
27.00 
15.00 
24.00 



45.00 



Attend- 
ance 



$ 31.50 
4.50 

31.50 



24.00 



10.50 



6.00 

1.50 

15.00 



1.50 

12.00 
12.00 



Totals 



13.50 



$25.67 
31.50 
45.00 
27.00 

4.50 
30.25 

5.50 
42.00 
10.00 
17.00 
30.50 
31.50 
15.00 
43.20 
45.00 
45.00 

7.13 
32.50 

5.25 
10.75 
39.88 
45.00 
15.00 
32.75 
16.75 

5.25 
45.00 
24.00 

2.63 
93.75 
21.63 
36.50 
29.25 
11.25 

2.13 
23.75 

2.75 
10.50 
45.00 
20.25 
11.00 
31.75 

1.75 

6.00 

1.50 
15.00 
10.75 
13.50 
45.00 
42.00 
25.50 
18.00 
32.00 
27.00 
29.25 
12.00 

9.75 

8.50 
45.00 
87.50 
45.00 
81.75 
31.15 
13.50 

6.00 

7.00 
11.63 
19.50 

5.25 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



47 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ 15.75 






$ 15.75 




$ 3.00 




3.00 


6.00 






6.00 


24.75 






24.75 


2.75 






2.75 






$ 1.50 


1.50 


10.50 






10.50 




30.00 




30.00 


9.25 






9.25 


3.63 






3.63 


17.50 






17.50 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 






5.25 


18.75 






18.75 


17.00 


9.00 




26.00 


2.00 






2.00 


39.00 






39.00 


10.50 


18.00 




28.50 


3.13 


24.00 




27.13 


6.75 






6.75 






22.50 


22.50 


7.25 






7.25 


10.75 


30.00 




40.75 


45.00 






45.00 


52.50 






52.50 


10.50 






10.50 


7.25 






7.25 


1.85 






1.85 


12.75 






12.75 


24.50 






24.50 


5.75 






5.75 


45.00 






45.00 


7.50 






7.50 




27.00 




27.00 






13.50 


13.50 


11.50 






11.50 


6.00 






6.00 


5.25 






5.25 




3.00 


19.50 


22.50 


50.00 






50.00 


45.00 






45.00 


7.00 


24.00 




31.00 


6.50 






6.50 


10.25 






10.25 


6.50 






6.50 


83.75 






83.75 


3.00 






3.00 






15.00 


15.00 


22.38 






22.38 


9.75 






9.75 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 






5.25 




9.00 




9.00 


5.25 


33.00 




38.25 


9.13 


24.00 




33.13 


5.75 






5.75 


45.00 






45.00 




18.00 




18.00 


61.13 






61.13 


6.75 






6.75 






1.50 


1.50 


103.25 






103.25 


5.25 






5.25 




3.00 




3.00 






1.50 


1.50 


7.50 






7.50 


45.00 






45.00 






1.50 


1.50 




6.00 




6.00 



Ford, Dr. N. H. C 

Forward, Miss D. F.. . . 

Fowke, V. C 

Fowler, W. J. R 

Fraser, D. T 

Fraser, W 

Fraser, W. C. G 

Frumkin, A 

Fulmer, H. L 

Fulton, A 

Funnell, W. S 

Gaby, R. E 

Gallic, W. E 

Gardiner, W. J 

George, Ruggles K 

Glazebrook, G. P. deT.. 

Glover, J. S 

Godfrey, R. J 

Goggio, E 

Goodwin-Wilson, R. . . . 
Gopal-Ayengar, A. R. . . 

Goudge, T. A 

Gould, S. H 

Graham, J. W 

Graham, R. R 

Grant, C. F 

Grant, R. R 

Gray, K. G 

Guess, G. A 

Gunvaldsen, K. M 

Ham, A. W 

Hamilton, F. C 

Hamilton, F. W 

Hamly, D. H 

Hampson, Mrs. H 

Hancock, J. E. M 

Hancock, M. L 

Hare, F. A..... 

Har greaves. Miss M. M 

Harris, C. W 

Harris, R. I 

Hart. C. W. M 

Havelock, E. A 

Henderson, V. E 

Henderson, V. L 

Hepburn, John 

Heringa, Miss L 

Hick, E. J 

Hicks, R. K 

Hill, D. C 

Hodgson, T. H 

Hogg, F. S.. 

Hollyman, Miss B. F.. . 

Hosie, R. C 

Houpert, J. A 

Howitt. J. E 

Howland, G. W 

Huggins, M. W 

Hughes, F. N 

Hunter, A 

Hunter, J 

Hurst, R. O 

Ide, F. P 

Ireton, H. J. C 

Ironside, Miss A 

Irvine, O. R 

Janes, R. M 

Jaynes, J. C.. 

Jermyn, P. V 



48 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 






$36.00 




$ 36.00 


$ 7.25 






7.25 


5.75 






5.75 


51.00 


21.00 




72.00 


6.12 


45.00 




51.12 


3.62 






3.62 


3.00 






3.00 


28.00 






28.00 


6.00 






6.00 


5.75 






5.75 


7.50 






7.50 






$24.00 


24.00 


14.00 






14.00 






30.00 


30.00 


31.62 






31.62 


19.00 






19.00 


23.75 






23.75 






3.00 


3.00 






13.50 


13.50 




24.00 




24.00 




24.00 




24.00 




6.00 


36.00 


42.00 




30.00 




30.00 




9.00 




9.00 


36.75 






36.75 


22.75 






22.75 






12.00 


12.00 






4.50 


4.50 


19.75 






19.75 




36.00 




36.00 


26.25 


24.00 




50.25 


12.75 






12.75 




24.00 




24.00 


5.75 






5.75 


24.60 






24.60 


50.75 






50.75 




3.00 


9.00 


12.00 


1.75 






1.75 


12.50 






12.50 


7.25 






7.25 


10.50 






10.50 


12.25 






12.25 


5.25 






5.25 


45.00 






45.00 


10.00 


3.00 




13.00 


60.75 






60.75 




45.00 




45.00 


10.50 






10.50 


5.38 


9.00 




14.38 


29.75 


66.00 




95.75 


6.50 


27.00 




33.50 


7.50 






7.50 


14.50 






14.50 


8.75 


12.00 




20.75 


9.00 






9.00 






37.50 


37.50 


2.50 






2.50 


39.00 






39.00 


7.00 






7.00 


33.50 






33.50 


10.75 


6.00 




16.75 






27.00 


27.00 


36.50 






36.50 


13.25 






13.25 


5.75 


3.00 




8.75 


5.25 






5.25 


13.63 






13.63 


31.58 






31.58 


13.50 






$ 13.50 



Johnson. J. H 

Jones. T. H 

Jackson. K. B 

Joos, M 

Keegan, R 

Kellv, C. B 

Kendall. E. W 

Kennedy. \V. P. M 

Ketchum. J. D 

Kidd, Mrs. Jessie 

Kilburn. L. A 

Kirk, Miss D. W 

Knox, R. G 

Koenemann, B. D 

Kreutzer, J 

Krieger. \Iiss C. C 

Krueger. L. F 

Kuitunen. Mrs. E 

Laari, W 

Lacey, A 

Ladner. G. B 

Laidlaw, Mrs. A. T 

Laidlaw, Mrs. M. K.... 

Laing. Miss J. C 

Laird. R. C 

Laskin, B 

Laughland, D. H 

Layng, J 

Lazier, M. J. C 

Ledoux, Mme. J 

Legget, R. F 

Lehmann, A. J. V 

Leslie. C. \V 

Le\"esconte. Miss H. P. 

Lewis, E. P 

Lewis, F. I 

Lick, Mrs. M. F 

Lindsley, Miss D. M.. . 

Line, \V 

Logan, H. A 

Lord, G. R 

Lorriman. F. R 

Loudon. Miss L M 

Loudon. J. D 

Lougheed, Miss A 

Low, D. M 

Lowell, \ . C 

Lynch, Dr. L. E 

MacArthur, J. W 

McCuUough. W. S 

McCurdy, W. J 

McDermott, L. A 

Macdonald, J. F 

MacDonald. Miss M. D 

McDougall.D. J 

MacElhinney, W. G.. . . 

MacGillivrav. J. R 

McGilvrav. C. D 

Mcllwrait'h, T. F 

Mcintosh, R. A 

Mcintosh, W. G 

McKeen, C. D 

MacKenzie, D. E 

MacLachlan, J. D 

McLaughlin, R. R 

MacLean, A 

McLean, E. C 

MacMillan, Sir Ernest. 
McMurrich. Miss K. L. 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



49 



Remuner- 
ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 








$ 30.00 


$30.00 


S45.00 






45.00 


5.50 


$ 6.00 




11.50 


5.25 






5.25 


12.25 






12.25 


2.75 






2.75 


6.80 






6.80 


50.00 






50.00 






15.00i 15.00 






15.00 


15.00 


12.00 






12.00 






4.50 


4.50 




24.00 




24.00 


5.25 


12.00 




17.25 


5.00 






5.00 


27.25 






27.25 






24.00 


24.00 


17.00 






17.00 




36.00 




36.00 




30.00 




30.00 


11.00 






11.00 


2.75 






2.75 




30.00 




30.00 


15.00 






15.00 






48.00 


48.00 


5.63 






5.63 




12.00 




12.00 


2.50 






2.50 


45.00 






45.00 


7.50 






7.50 


5.75 






5.75 




21.00 




21.00 


5.25 






5.25 


45.00 






45.00 






30.00 


30.00 




18.00 




18.00 






15.00 


15.00 


100.25 






100.25 


45.00 






45.00 


15.75 






15.75 






28.50 


28.50 


29.00 






29.00 




21.00 




21.00 


5.25 






5.25 




6.00 




6.00 


20.00 






20.00 


26.25 






26.25 




39.00 




39.00 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 






5.25 




30.00 




30.00 


5.50 






5.50 


23.50 


42.00 




65.50 


19.75 






19.75 


13.62 






13.62 


2.50 


6.00 




8.50 


14.25 






14.25 


5.25 


21.00 




26.25 


7.50 






7.50 


45.00 






45.00 


5.75 






5.75 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 






5.25 


12.50 






12.50 


12.25 






12.25 






55.00 


55.00 


76.75 






76.75 


17.42 






17.42 


45.00 






45.00 



MacNultv, Miss 

McPhedran, W. F 

Macpherson, C. B 

Macpherson, Miss J.. . . 

McRostie. G. P 

McTaggart, H. A 

Magner, \Vm 

Maltbv. E. J 

Marks, B 

Martin, G. H. D 

Martin, W. H 

Mather, G. B 

Meen, V. B 

Melson, J. W 

Misener, A. D 

Moffatt, R. C 

Molinaro, J. A. R 

Montgomery-, E 

Montgomer\-, R. J 

Morley, Miss S. G 

Morrison, C. F 

Muckle. Rev. J. T 

Mueller. Miss \'. E 

Myers, C. R 

Neal, G. M 

Needier, Miss M. C . . 

Newcombe, J. A 

Northway, Miss M. L.. 

Oille, J. A 

Okulitch, \". J 

OToole, Rev. \V. B.... 

Owen, D. R. G 

Owen, E. T 

Owen, T 

Packer, W. A 

Panabaker, D. D 

Pancer, L 

Parker, C. B 

Parks, A. E 

Parsons. A. L 

Passmore, R. A. P 

Paul, E. W 

Peckham, J. \V 

Plummer, Miss H. C . 

Porter, A. M 

Pounder, I. R 

Pratt, E. J 

Pratt, Mrs. V. L 

Prendergast, D. J 

Price, H. W 

Price, Dr. R. Margarite 
Quinlan, Miss F. M.. . . 

Rae. J. J 

Raithby, G. E 

Reaman, G. E 

Reed, Miss E. J 

Reid, J. E 

Riddle, MissW. C 

Risdon, F. E . 

Robert, J. X 

Roberts, Miss J. S 

Robertson, D. E 

Robertson, H. G 

Robins, J. D 

Robinson, D. A. F 

Robinson, Gordon 

Robinson, T. A 

Robinson. \V. L 

Rolph, F. \V 



50 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 








$ 1.50 


$ 1.50 






21.00 


21.00 






18.00 


18.00 


$11.37 






11.37 


1.25 






1.25 


81.25 






81.25 


4.75 






4.75 


5.63 






5.63 


5.50 






5.50 


5.25 






5.25 






15.00 


15.00 


6.00 






6.00 


7.50 


$ 15.00 




22.50 






30.00 


30.00 






7.50 


7.50 


39.00 






39.00 






22.50 


22.50 


5.38 






5.38 


16.75 






16.75 


61.75 






61.75 


33.75 






33.75 


7.95 






7.95 


50.00 






50.00 




27.00 




27.00 


5.25 






5.25 


2.50 






2.50 






1.50 


1.50 






30.00 


30.00 


2.75 






2.75 


7.50 


45.00 




52.50 


6.50 


18.00 




24.50 


5.75 






5.75 


6.50 






6.50 


8.75 






8.75 


5.50 


54.00 




59.50 


107.35 






107.35 


2.75 






2.75 


16.50 






16.50 


21.50 






21.50 


1.67 






1.67 




48.00 




48.00 


21.75 






21.75 


7.50 






7.50 






13.50 


13.50 


12.25 






12.25 


11.50 






11.50 


16.00 


24.00 




40.00 


5.25 






5.25 




21.00 




21.00 


17.50 






17.50 


1.67 




33.00 


34.67 


2.66 






2.66 


5.25 






5.25 


17.00 






17.00 






7.50 


7.50 




6.00 




6.00 


8.75 






8.75 




36.00 




36.00 


7.50 






7.50 




15.00 




15.00 




27.00 




27.00 


11.00 






11.00 


10.50 


3.00 




13.50 


6.88 


18.00 




24.88 






99.00 


99.00 


15.75 






15.75 






24.00 


24.00 


23.75 






23.75 






9.00 


9.00 



Rowan, J. P. A 

Rowe, T. L 

Rubin, L. J 

Ruhnke, G. N 

Russell, L. S 

Ryerson, E. S 

St. Bernard, Sister M.. . . 

St. John, Sister M 

St. Stanislaus. Sister M.. . 

Salter, Miss M. D 

Salvadge, C. H 

Satterly, J 

Saunders. R. M 

Scarth, Mrs. M 

Schnell, R. F 

Schofield, F. W 

Scott, D. P 

Scott, Dr. P. L 

Scott, T. N 

Scott. W. A 

Secord. W. E 

Selby, D. L.. 

Shenstone, N. S 

Shepherd, A. L 

Sheppard, N. E 

Shook, Rev. L. K 

Signori, E 

Sims, Miss E. M 

Sissons, C. B 

Smallfield, H. A 

Smith, C. G 

Smith, E. A 

Smith, Miss F. A 

Smith, H. G 

Smith, I. W 

Smith, Leo 

Smith, Miss M. D 

Smith, V. G 

Snyder, E. S 

Solandt, D. Y 

Spence, J. J 

Spinks, G. W 

Sproule, W. H 

Squires, F. H 

Staples, M. W 

Sullivan, Rev. B 

Surerus, J. A 

Synge, J. L.. . 

Tait, M. D. C 

Tatham, G 

Tayler, N. H 

Taylor, N. B 

Taylor, T. M. C 

Taylor. W. R 

Thompson, J. O 

Thompson, Dr. Margaret. 

Thompson, R. \V 

Thomson, E 

Thomson, J. Ellis 

Tom, Dr. Mary 

Toomer, J. E 

Townsend, G. F 

Treadgold, W. M 

Trethewey, W. H 

Uehle, A. T 

Van Wyck. H. B 

Vigder, J. S 

Waddell, Miss M. E. G... 
Wainberg, H. S 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



51 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ 1.75 






$ 1.75 


2.75 






2.75 


3.63 






3.63 


45.00 






45.00 


45.00 






45.00 




$18.00 




18.00 


28.75 






28.75 


.75 






.75 


15.21 


27.00 




42.21 


11.25 






11.25 




18.00 




18.00 


14.63 






14.63 






$31.50 


31.50 


50.00 






50.00 


18.00 






18.00 




24.00 




24.00 


5.50 






5.50 




21.00 




21.00 






6.00 


6.00 


69.60 






69.60 


7.75 






7.75 


23.75 






23.75 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 






5.25 


15.75 


42.00 




57.75 


45.00 






45.00 


2.75 






2,75 


5.25 


24.00 




29.25 


12.75 






12.75 




27.00 




27.00 


50.00 






50.00 






4.50 


4.50 


5.25 






5.25 


45.00 






45.00 


5.75 






5.75 


10.75 






10.75 


10.75 


18.00 




28.75 


16.25 


54.00 




70.25 



Walker, Miss E. I... 

Walker, E. M 

Walter. xMrs. D 

Walters. J. A 

Wansbrough. R. M.. 

Warden. A 

Wastenevs, H 

Waters, E. T 

Watson, M. B 

Watt, J. C. 

Waugh. Miss D 

Weir, J. R 

Welsh, M. F 

Welsh, W. K 

Wetmore, F. E. W.. 

Wey, J. C 

White, J. H 

White, Miss M. E. . 
Whitley. Miss I. H.. 

Willan, Healev 

Willard. Miss 'A. C. 
Williams, C. H. M.. 

Wilson, G. E 

Winnett, F. V 

Wiren, R. C 

Wishart, D. E. S.... 

Wishart, F. O 

Wolfe. S. E 

Woodhouse, A. S. P. 
Woodside. M. St. A. 

Wookey, H. W 

Wright, Miss A. M.. 
Wright, W. J. T.... 

Wright, W. W 

Wynne, A. M 

Young, C. R 

Young, T. C 

Zimmer, A. R 



S 6.222. 74 S 2.395.20 S 1,255. 00' 8 9,872.94 



52 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Apportionment 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




S 878.68 


S 1,023.00 


$ 676.00 


$2,577.68 


2.834.52 


159.00 


72.00 


3,065.52 


466.50 


660.00 


379.50 


1,506.00 


640.00 


96.00 


64.50 


800.50 




15.00 




15.00 


43.50 


51.00 




94.50 


208.53 


43.20 




251 . 73 


32.75 


42.00 


13.50 


88.25 




15.00 




15.00 


83.00 






83.00 




12.00 




12.00 


264.26 


42.00 


43.50 


349.76 


481.75 


210.00 


4.50 


696.25 


186.00 


27.00 




213.00 


103.25 




1.50 


104.75 


S 6,222.74 


$2,395.20 


$1,255.00 


$9,872.94 



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Remuneration to examiners (as detailed above) $ 6,222.74 

Presiding and attendance (as detailed above) 3,650.20 

Examination supplies and sundries ($2,817.55): 

Engrossing diplomas, etc., S. Harrod, S536.64; C. B. Pritchard, 

S266.50: E. Awde, 821.00 $ 824. 14 

F. T. Battersby, salvaging old examination papers 25.29 

Hygiene Dept., mimeographing 19.00 

J. Frank Raw Co., prints 12.83 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 1,675.93 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) 25.06 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $233.24; material, $2.06 235.30 

Printing examination papers and class lists ($5,954.12): 

Photographic Service, prints 16.75 

Universitv Press 5,937 . 37 

8,771.67 

$ 18,644.61 
Less credit for sale of examination books, etc 126.75 



$ 18,517.86 



VL FACULTY OF ARTS 
21. Salaries 
(1) Departments in University of Toronto ($615,390.42) 
Dean's Office 

S. Beatty, Dean (paid also $5,500 as Professor of Mathematics and $10 

for Extension Work) $ 1,000.00 

Anthropology 

T. F. Mcllwraith, Professor $ 4,500.00 

J. F. Embree, Assistant Professor, at $2,600; on war service from 

January- 1,300.00 

R. F. Fortune. Temporary Lecturer 1,000.00 

C. Sauerbrei, Class Assistant (Sessional) 250.00 



$ 1,000.00 



$ 7,050.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 53 



Applied Mathematics 

J. L. Synge, Professor at $6,000; part-time from 1 October to 31 Januar\' $ 4,666.67 

A. F. C. Stevenson, Associate Professor, at $3,900 and $100 additional 

allowance 4,000 . 00 

Leopold Infeld, Assistant Professor, at $2,850 and $150 additional 

allowance 3,000.00 

B. A. Grififith, Lecturer (Sessional) at $2,250; on leave of absence. ... 

A. Weinstein, Temporary Lecturer 2,250.00 

Fellows (Sessional): 

F. E. Deloume 500.00 

Miss E. M. Sims (paid also $600 in Physics) 500.00 



$ 14,916.67 



Archaeology 

C. T. Currelly, Professor (paid also in Royal Ontario Museum) $ 2,000.00 

Homer A. Thompson, Assistant Professor, Classical Archaeology- 4,000.00 



$ 6,000.00 



Astronomy 

R. K. Young, Professor, also Director of David Dunlap Observatory . . $4,500.00 

F. S. Hogg, Assistant Professor 3,300.00 

Lecturers (Sessional) : 

P. M. Millman; on war service; contribution to T.L & A. A 120.00 

J. F. Heard; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A. A 107.52 

Mrs. Helen S. Hogg, Research Associate and Lecturer (part-time). . . . 1,200.00 

Miss R. J. Northcott, Computer 1,400.00 

G. F. Longworth, Night Assistant and Machinist 1,550.00 

R. M. Cunningham, Observatory Assistant 1,000.00 

W. S. Armstrong, 2 mos. at $125 per month 250.00 

Miss E. M. Fuller, Secretary-Librarian 1,400.00 



$ 14,827.52 



Botany 

Professors: 

H. S. Jackson, Mycology, also Head of Department.. -S 5,400.00 

D. L. Bailey 3,700.00 

G. H. DufT 4.500.00 

H. B. Sifton 4,500.00 

L. C. Coleman (part-time) 2.500 . 00 

Assistant Professors: 

Dr. J. Gertrude Wright 3.000.00 

T. M. C. Taylor 3,000 . 00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

A. J. V. Lehmann (paid also $70 from Special Funds) 2.100.00 

M. W. Bannan 1,700.00 

N. W. Radforth 1,700.00 

Miss D. F. Forward 1,600.00 

D. H. Hamly (paid also $160 in Special Research) 1,800.00 

W. R. Watson, Senior Demonstrator (.Sessional; paid also $240 in 

Special Research) 800.00 

Class Assistants (Sessional): 

C. D. McKeen (paid also $175 in Special Research) 600.00 

Miss R. H. Moore (paid also $140 in Special Research) 600.00 

B. B. Hillary 510.00 

R. G. Atkinson 500.00 

L. Laking 500 . 00 

J. J. Miller (paid also $240 in Special Research) 500.00 

A. R. Gopal-Ayengar (paid also $400 in Special Research) 490.00 

Mrs. G. S. Hillary (paid also $600 in Botanic Gardens) 300.00 

Miss H. J. Goulding, at $200; resigned 9 March 132 25 



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Assistants: 

R. F. Cain, Mycological Herbarium (paid also $70 from Special 

Funds) $1,800.00 

Miss M. B. Givens, Morphology' and Anatomy 1,800.00 

Miss C. B. Ross, Ecology 1,800.00 

A. Simpson, Horticulturist (with living quarters valued at $360). . . . 2,200.00 

L. \'ancleemput, Gardener 1,750.00 

D. S. Hull, Herbarium Assistant 960.00 

Clerical Assistants: 

Miss L. Alward 1,400.00 

Miss R. Hobberlin 1,200.00 

Dr. Kathleen L. Hull, Librarian and Teaching Assistant 1,400.00 

R. Lynn, Stockkeeper and Technician 1,300.00 

S. G. Smith, Laboratory Attendant, at $1,000; on war service from 

January 679. 19 



$ 56,721.44 



Chemistry 

Professors : 

F. B. Kenrick, also Head of Department $ 5,700.00 

J. T. Burt-Gerrans, Electro-Chemistry 4,500.00 

A. R. Gordon 4,500.00 

L. J. Rogers 4,500.00 

W. H. Martin 4,300.00 

G. F. Wright 4,300.00 

Associate Professors: 

J. B. Ferguson 4,400.00 

\V. S. Funnell 4,200.00 

F. R. Lorriman 3,600 . 00 

F. E. Beamish 3,500.00 

F. E. W. Wetmore 2,600.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

J. J. Rae (paid also $300 for Extension Work) 2,400.00 

Mrs. P. M. Marrian, Micro- Analysis 1,500.00 

Assistants (Sessional) : 

Miss E. V. Eastcott 1,800.00 

W. A. E. McBryde 1,321.30 

D. S. Russell 814.50 

R. C. Langille (paid also $150 for Extension Work) 811.25 

H. A. Bewick 804.00 

H. E. Gunning 804.00 

W. G. Hines 724.00 

P. Olynyk 804.00 

H. Richmond 724.00 

H. Sheffer 724.00 

E. D. Maher 290.00 

R. S. Stuart, at $724; resigned 31 December 271 . 50 

F. V. Cook, at $724; 1 month, resigned 90.50 

J. E. C. Currah 730.00 

E. AristofT (paid also from Special Funds) 650.00 

S. Barnartt 650.00 

L Cameron 650.00 

W. L. Godson 650 . 00 

F. A. Hochstein 650 . 00 

A. F. McKay 650.00 

D. M. McLean 650.00 

E. A. McWilliam 650.00 

G. S. Myers 650.00 

M. Robinson 650.00 

Temporary Assistants: 

G. ^L Allison 160.00 

E. W. Warren 150.00 

P. E. Braid 80.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 55 

Laboratory Assistants: 

R. Fortescue (with rooms, heat and light valued at $250; paid also 

S223 Overtime) $1,250.00 

\V. Banton, $1,500 (and Overtime $119.20); Lecture Assistant, 

$200 1,700.00 

Laboratory Attendants: 

E. Chadwick 835.83 

Dennis Murden 443.33 

George Banton 345 . 00 

F. Twigg 73.81 

G. Edmund 68.33 

$72,319.35 
Organic Chemistry Research: 

H. O. L. Fischer, Professor (paid $5,000 from Special Fund) 

Erich Baer, Assistant Professor $3,000.00 

J. M. Grosheintz, Research Associate 2,040.00 

David Edson, Technician (paid also $60 Overtime) 780.00 

Mrs. C. McCallum, Laboratory Attendant (paid also $350 in 

Medicine) 250 . 00 

$ 78,389.35 



Chinese Studies 

Rt. Rev. W. C. White, Professor and Head of Department (paid also 

in Royal Ontario Museum) $ 2,000.00 



$ 2,000.00 



Fine Art 

John Alford, Professor, at $5,000 (paid from Special Fund) 

Assistant Professors: 

Peter Brieger (paid also $300 in School of Architecture) $ 2,700.00 

C. F. Comfort (without salary) 

Miss R. AL Home, Special Instructor (Sessional; without salary — paid 

in Royal Ontario Museum) 

Peter Haworth, Instructor (Sessional; part-time) 700.00 

Mrs. I. Whitley, Secretarj'-Librarian (Sessional) 600.00 



$ 4,000.00 



Geography 

Griffith Taylor, Professor, also Head of Department (paid also $2,500 

in Ontario College of Education and $210 for Extension Work). . $ 4,000.00 

G. Tatham, Assistant Professor (paid also $210 for Extension Work) 2,400.00 

D. F. Putnam, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $255 for Extension Work) 2,200.00 

Miss M. Brookstone, Demonstrator (paid also $363 for Extension Work) 1,200.00 

Assistants (Sessional; part-time): 

L. G. Reeds 175 . 00 

J. W. Hamilton 150 . 00 

Donald Kerr 125 . 00 

Miss M. H. Cook 125.00 



$ 10,375.00 



Geology 

Professors: 

E. S. Moore, also Head of Department (paid also $100 for Summer 

Field Work) $5,500 . 00 

G. B. Langford, Mining Geology 4,900.00 

A. MacLean 4,300.00 

Assistant Professors: 

L. S. Russell 2,800.00 

Dr. Madeleine A. Fritz (part-time, paid also in Royal Ontario 

Museum) 900 . 00 



56 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Lecturers (Sessional) : 

\'. J. Okulitch (paid also $280 for Extension Work and $50 for 

Summer Field Work) $2,100.00 

W'. W^ Moorhouse 1,800.00 

Class Assistants (Sessional): 

■ J. Claveau 250.00 

G. B. Crombie 250.00 

W. N. Ingham 250.00 

M. L. Miller 250.00 

G. D. Springer 250.00 

H. W'. Little 250.00 

W. Ballantyne, Laboratory Attendant, at $17.50 per week 675.00 



$ 24,475.00 



History 

Professors: 

Chester Martin, also Head of Department (paid $10 for Extension 

Work) $ 5,500.00 

R. Flenley 4,700.00 

F. H. Underhill 4,700.00 

G. W. Brown (paid also $554 for Extension Work and $312.50 from 

University Press) 4,500.00 

B. Wilkinson, Mediaeval History (paid also $10 for Extension 

Work) 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

G. deT. Glazebrook, at $3,850; on war service from December 

(paid also $62.50 from University Press) 2,326.08 

D. G. Creighton (paid also $156 for Extension Work and $75 from 

Universitv Press) 3,200.00 

D. J. McDougall (paid also $536 for Extension Work) 3,000.00 

Edgar Mclnnis, at $3,000; on leave of absence (paid $25 from 

University Press) 

R. M. Saunders, As'sistant Professor (paid also $630 for Extension Work) 2,800 . 00 

L. Gelber, Lecturer (Sessional; part-time) 1,800.00 

G. G. Coulton, Special Lecturer 1,500.00 

R. G. Riddell, Lecturer and Tutor (Sessional; paid also $100 for Ex- 
tension Work and $50 from University Press) 750.00 

H. B. L. Hughes, Instructor (Easter Term, part-time) 250.00 

Miss A. M. Wright, Reader (Sessional) 250 . 00 

Italian and Spanish 

Professors : 

M. A. Buchanan $ 6,000.00 

J. E. Shaw 6,000.00 

Emilio Goggio 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

G. C. Patterson 3,800.00 

Juan Cano (paid also $400 for Extension Work) 3,800.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

T. B. Barclay 1,500.00 

N. H. Tayler 1,500.00 

Mrs. Margaret Scarth 400.00 

Law (Also School of Law) 

Professors: 

W. P. M. Kennedy, Constitutional Law (paid also $237.50 from 

University Press) $6,000.00 

F. C. Auld, Jurisprudence (paid also $220 for Extension Work). . 4,500.00 
Jacob Finkelman, Associate Professor, Administrative and Industrial 

Law 3,200.00 

J. E. M. Hancock, Assistant Professor (paid also $220 for Extension 

Work) 2,000.00 

Bora Laskin, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $100 for Extension Work) 1,900.00 
Special Lecturers (Sessional; without salary): 

H. G. Fox, Industrial Property 

K. G. Gray, Criminal Law and Criminology 



$ 39,776.08 



$ 27,500.00 



$ 17,600.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



57 



Mathematics 

Professors : 

S. Beatty (paid also $1,000 as Dean) $ 5,500.00 

I. R. Pounder (paid also $212 for Extension Work) 4,600.00 

Associate Professors: 

W. J. Webber 4,100 . 00 

N. E. Sheppard 3,900 . 00 

D. A. F. Robinson 3,400.00 

Assistant Professors: 

J. D. Burk 2,800.00 

G. de B. Robinson, at $2,800; on war service from 1 September. . 466.68 

H. S. M. Coxeter (paid also $420 for Extension Work) 2,800.00 

Richard Brauer (on leave of absence) Honorarium 500.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss C. Krieger 2,150.00 

Miss M. E. G. Waddell (paid also $420 for Extension Work) 2,000.00 

D. B. deLury (paid also $300 for Extension Work) 2,000.00 

D. C. Baillie, at $1,550; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A. A. 77.52 

Fellows (Sessional): 

W. C. G. Fraser 800 . 00 

N. S. Mendelsohn (paid also $100 for Extension Work) 800.00 

J. S. Vigder (paid also $500 in Applied Science) 700.00 

W. J. R. Crosby 600 . 00 

B. Noonan 350 . 00 

A. J. Coleman 350.00 



$ 37,894.20 



Military Studies 

Major M. Barry Watson, Director and Assistant Professor, at $2,600 

(part-time) 

Brigadier-General G. S. Cartwright, Special Lecturer (Sessional) 

W. A. Baughurst, Assistant, 10 mos 



1,600.00 

600.00 

1.100.00 



$ 3,300.00 



Mineralogy 

Professors : 

A. L. Parsons $ 5,000.00 

J. Ellis Thomson (paid also $140 for Extension Work) 4,500.00 

M. A. Peacock, Associate Professor 4,300.00 

V. B. Meen, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also in Royal Ontario Museum) 1,800.00 

Assistants (Sessional ; part-time) : 

S. V. Burr 400.00 

E. J. W. Irish 400.00 

W. Wightman, Laboratory Attendant 900.00 



$ 17,300.00 



Philosophy 

Professors : 

G. S. Brett, at $6,000, of which $1,000 paid in Ethics (paid also 

$1,000 as Dean of Graduate Studies) $ 5,000.00 

F. H. Anderson 4,600 . 00 

Associate Professors: 

H. R. MacCallum (paid also $300 for Extension Work) 4,200.00 

E. W. Macdonald 3,300 . 00 

W. Jarvis McCurdy (paid also $420 for Extension Work) 3,000.00 

T. A. Goudge, Assistant Professor (paid also $420 for Extension Work) 2,500.00 



$ 22,600 00 



58 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Physics 

Professors: 

E. F. Burton, also Director of Physical Laboratory (paid also $100 

for Extension Work) $ 6,000.00 

J. Satterly (paid also $100 for Extension Work) 5,300.00 

L. Gilchrist (paid also from Special Funds) 4,500.00 

H. A. McTaggart at $4,500; ob. 12 November 1,875.00 

J. Patterson, Honorary Professor of Meteorology (without salary). ... 

Associate Professors: 

H. Grayson Smith (paid also from Special Funds) 3,600.00 

D. S. Ainslie at $3,600; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A.A. 180.00 

H. J. C. Ireton (paid also from Special Funds) 3,600.00 

C. Barnes (paid also from Special Funds 3,200.00 

M. F. Crawford (paid also from Special Funds) 3,600.00 

Assistant Professors: 

J. O. Wilhelm at $3,200, of which half paid from Special Funds. . 1,600.00 

Arnold Pitt (at $3,200 including $250 from University Extension; 

paid also from Special Funds) 3,200.00 

Miss E. J. AUin (paid also from Special Funds) 2,400.00 

J. M. Anderson (paid also from Special Funds) 2,400.00 

A. A. Brant at $2,400, of which half paid from Special Funds 1,200.00 

Miss K. M. Crossley (at $2,000 including $100 from University 
Extension; paid also from Special Funds and $100 for Ex- 
tension Work) 2,000.00 

Miss F. M. Quinlan (at $2,000 including $100 from University 
Extension; paid also from Special Funds and $100 for Exten- 
sion Work) 2,000.00 

Honorary Special Lecturers (Sessional; without salary): 

E. W. Hewson 

A. Thomson 

W. E. K. Middleton .- 



Demonstrators and Lecturers (paid also from Special Funds) : 

A. D. Misener (paid also $120 for Extension Work) 1,800.00 

R. Richmond (Sessional) 2,400.00 

H. L. Welsh (Sessional) 1,800.00 

Honorary Special Demonstrators (Sessional; without salary): 

C. C. Boughner 

D. B. Kennedy 

Assistant Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Mrs. Dorothy Elson 1,500.00 

I. W. M. Britton 1,150.00 

E. H. Dexter 1,200.00 

Miss L. Brandon 600 . 00 

Miss B. Girdwood (paid also from Special Funds) 600.00 

Miss E. Sims (paid also $500 in Applied Mathematics) 600.00 

E. A. Mclntvre (part-time) 300.00 

Miss G. E. Smith 225.00 

H. D. Vasileff (paid also from Special Funds) 300.00 

G. Luchak 187.50 

Assistant Demonstrators, at $1.25 per hour: 

Mrs. Agnes Misener, 576 hours 720.00 

Mrs. Alice Thomson, 557 hours 696 . 25 

Mrs. Louise Morrison, 420 hours 550.00 

Mrs. Mattie Rotenberg, 395 hours 493 . 75 

Mrs. Olivia C. Armstrong, 107 hours 171 .25 

A. M. Miceli, 93 hours 116.25 

H. W. Isaac, 77 hours 96.25 

Miss R. E. Barrett. 18 hours 22 . 50 

J. Gurland, Assistant Demonstrator, 18 weeks at $35 per week 630.00 

Miss A. T. Reed, Secretary and Class Assistant (paid also from Special 

Funds) 2,000.00 

Miss N. K. Reed, Clerical Assistant and Librarian (paid also from 

Special Funds) 1,300.00 

B. Clark, Mechanician 2,500.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 59 



Assistant Mechanicians: 

J. Ward (paid also $34.20 Overtime) 2,100.00 

G. T. Woodward. •. 2,100.00 

F. M. Shepherd (paid also $10 Overtime) 1,900.00 

Albert Owen (paid also from Special Funds) 1.600.00 

R. H. Chappell, Glass-blower 3,000.00 

P. Blackman, Laboratory and Lecture Assistant (paid also from Special 

Funds) ....'. 1,800.00 

John A. Reid, Assistant Laboratory and Lecture Assistant at $800; 

on war service; contribution to Pension Fund 22.00 

$81,135.75 

Less chargeable to: University Extension 400.00 

Special Funds 7.000.00 

7,400.00 



$ 73,735.75 



Political Economy 

Professors: 

H. A. Innis, also Head of Department (paid also $120 for Extension 

Work) $ 5,200.00 

H. R. Kemp, Commerce, at $4,100; on war service; contribution to 

T.L & A.A.. 200.04 

\'. W. Bladen (paid also $576 for Extension Work and $395 from 

University Press) 4,100.00 

A. Brady (paid also $10 for Extension Work and $100 from Uni- 
versity Press) 4,000 . 00 

R. M. Dawson 4,000.00 

Associate Professors: 

Lome T. Morgan (paid also $200 for Extension Work) 3,700.00 

H. A. Logan (paid also $116 for Extension Work) 3,900.00 

Assistant Professors: 

A. F. W. Plumptre, at $2,900; on war service from January 1,981 .68 

D. C. MacGregor (paid also $320 for Extension Work) 2,800.00 

J. F. Parkinson, at $2,800; on war service from October 805.03 

\'. F. Coe, at $2,700; on war service; contribution to T.L & A. A. 135.00 

J. H. Richardson, Visiting Professor 2,500.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

C. B. Macpherson 2,100.00 

J. A. Cook (paid also $50 for Extension Work) 3,300.00 

R. V. Anderson 1,500.00 

Special Lecturers (Temporary): 

International Labour Organization for C. M. Wright (including 

$39.60 for travelling expenses) 955.35 

G. A. Elliott ; 247.00 

K. S. Keirstead 75.00 

J. C. Bonbright 62.44 

Walton Hamilton 61 . 33 

J. D. Black 61.33 

S. H. Slichter ' 61.33 

C. W. Wright 50. 23 

J. L. McDougall 15.00 

J. C. Cameron 15.00 

Comptroller, Hart House, for sundry expenses in connection with 

Special Lecturers 16.35 

J. G. Perold. Instructor 1,500.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

W. C. Hood 250.00 

N. H. Morse 250.00 

E. Richmond 250.00 

Miss E. M. Rosengren 250.00 

O. W. Main (Easter Term) 200.00 

N. Ward (Easter Term) 200 . 00 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Accounting: 

W. S. Ferguson, Professor (part-time) $2,550.00 

C. A. Ashlev, Professor, $3,400; Supervisor of Studies in Political 

Economy, S600 4,000.00 

F. R. Crocombe. Associate Professor (paid also $440 for Extension 

Work) 3,500.00 

Sociology: 

C. W. M. Hart, Assistant Professor and Supervisor of Studies; also 

Special Lecturer in Anthropology' without salary' 3,200.00 

S. D. Clark, Lecturer (Sessional). . . .' 2,100.00 

E. C. Devereux, Instructor (Sessional) 1,500.00 



$ 61,592.11 



Psychology 

Professors : 

E. A. Bott, also Director of Laborator\', at $5,000; on leave of 

absence — paid by British Government — from October $ 2,200.04 

W. E. Blatz (paid also $500 in Institute of Child Study) 4,500.00 

S. N. F. Chant, at $4,300; on war service from November) 2,250.02 

Associate Professors: 

William Line, at $3,900; on war service from September (paid also 

$420 for Extension Work) 1,430 . 00 

T. W. Cook (Temporary) 3,600 . 00 

Assistant Professors: 

J. D. Ketchum (paid also $300 for Extension Work and $10 in 

School of Nursing) 3,200.00 

G. P. Cosgrave at $3,000, of which $1 ,000 paid from Special Funds 2,000 . 00 

K. S. Bernhardt (part-time; paid also $700 in Institute of Child 

Study, $310 for Extension Work and $20 in School of Nursing) 3,000 . 00 

C. R. Myers, at $2,300; on leave of absence — paid by British 
Government— from October (paid also $420 for Extension 
Work) 1,025.47 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss M. D. Salter (paid also $500 from Special Funds) 1,300.00 

Miss M. L. Northway 1,200.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

K. H. Rogers (paid also $100 for Extension Work) 200.00 

G. W. Anderson (paid also $150 in Psychiatry) 100.00 

Dr. J.D. M. Griffin, also in Psychiatry', without salary; on war 

service from October 

E. S. W. Belyea, Instructor, at $500, and $700 additional allowance 

(paid also from Special Funds) 1 ,200 . 00 

Class Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss K. Harvie (paid also $228 for Extension Work) 400.00 

Mrs. Magda B. Arnold 400.00 

C. Marshman 650.00 

E. Signori 300.00 

Miss D. Millichamp (paid also in Institute of Child Study) 300.00 

Readers (Sessional): 

R. J. R. Bell 200.00 

Miss F. M. Hill 200.00 

J. C. Jaynes 200.00 

T. R. Maxwell 150 00 

J. C. Sawatzky, at $200; resigned 31 December 100.00 

Miss N. Bailey 100.00 

G. C. Cooper. Technician 2,300.00 

$32 505 53 
Less Paid by .School of Nursing 200.00 



$ 32,305.53 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



61 



Zoology 

Professors : 

E. M. Walker. Invertebrate Zoology: also Head of Department. . $ 5,500.00 
\V. H. Piersol, Histology and Embryology', at $5,100, of which 

S2,550 paid in Anatomy (paid also §26 for Summer Course) . . 2,550.00 

J. R. Dvmond, Systematic Zoology- 4,300.00 

A. F. Coventry 4,000.00 

A. G. Huntsman, Marine Biology' (without salary) 

Associate Professors: 

W. H. T. Baillie 4,000 . 00 

J. W. MacArthur 4,000.00 

E. H. Craigie 4,000.00 

W. J. K. Harkness 3,550.00 

Assistant Professors: 

Dr. Norma H. C. Ford (paid also S300 in School of Nursing) .... 3,150.00 

K. C. Fisher 2,850.00 

F. P. Ida, Entomology- (paid also S382 for Extension Work) 2,400.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

F. E. J. Frv. at $900: on war service as from 24 October (paid also 

S520.84 in Special Research) 437. 72 

R. R. Langford (paid also SI, 250 in Special Research) 1,500.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

J. G. Aldous ■.••■•■. ; ■ •'-••.'. . . . 800.00 

Miss \'. E. Engelbert (paid also in Physical and Health Education 

and in Connaught Laboratories) 1,100.00 

Miss R. D. C. Martin (paid also in Physical and Health Education) 1,100.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

W. AL Sprules (paid also SlOO for Extension Work) 450.00 

D. G. Wilder 600.00 

Miss A. AL Ironside (paid also $600 in Special Research) 340.00 

E. D. Winchester 250.00 

G. M. Neal (paid also $150 for Extension Work) 240.00 

Miss D. W. Kirk (paid also S400 in Special Research) 150.00 

Mrs. \'irginia S. Black (paid also in Special Research) 100.00 

J. E. Moore, at S400; resigned 30 November 100.00 

A. W. F. Banfield 100 . 00 

S. P. Drummond 100.00 

D. N. Omand (paid also $50 for Extension Work) 100.00 

F. A. Walden 85.00 

. F. H. Glennv, at $225; resigned 31 January 75.00 

J. R. Brett, at $300; resigned 30 November 75.00 

H. M. Good 70.00 

D. M. Davies 65.00 

W. B. Scott - 65.00 

A. R. A. Tavlor 55.00 

F. L. Balmer 55.00 

Mrs. Isobel Radforth 35.00 

R. M. Belyea 30.00 

Mrs. Grace W. Scott (paid also in Special Research) 30.00 

E. R. Flewelling 30.00 

A. Quantrill, Mechanical Technician, at $1,500 and $75 additional 

allowance 1 ,575 . 00 

T. Stovell. Microscopic Technician, at $1,000 and $150 additional 

allowance 1,150.00 

S. Clare, Assistant, Experimental Biology 1,000.00 

Mrs. Audrey H. Shortt, Photographer (Sessional) 800.00 

W. J. LeRay, Curator of \ivarium, at $1,750 and $50 additional 

allowance ;••.•• •. ■ 1,800.00 

D. G. LeRay, Assistant in X'ivarium; on war service from May (paid 

also $45 in Ps3'cholog\' Department) 900.00 

A. Prince, Chief Laboratory Assistant, at $900 and $100 additional 

allowance 1,000.00 

William Smith, Laboratory Attendant and Stores Assistant, at $1,000 

and $175 additional allowance 1,175.00 

Roy Wright. Laboratory Attendant, 27 weeks, 2 days at $10 per week 273.35 

Frank Laughlin, Technical Assistant, 3V2 weeks at $10 per week 35.00 

E. C. Cross, Secretary, at $1,800; on war ser\qce; contribution to 

Pension Fund 58 . 50 



62 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Acting Secretary, for duration of war, at SI, 200: 

Mrs. Helen Johnson, also $300 additional allowance; resigned 

31 December $900,00 

Miss Ruth Jenkins, 6 months from 1 January 600.00 

Stenographer and Librarian, at $1,050: 

Miss P. Foreman, 4 months and $25 additional allowance 375.00 

Miss E. Caesar, 8 months and $75 additional allowance (paid also 

$80 as Secretarial Assistant) 775.00 

Secretarial Assistant in West Wing, at $80 per month: 

Miss E. Caesar, 1 month (paid also as Stenographer and Librarian) 80.00 

Miss M. Marriott, 8 months and $50 additional allowance 690.00 

Temporary Clerical Assistants: 

Miss D. Waugh, 8 weeks, 2 davs 116.53 

Miss Barbara Bott, 94 hours 47.00 

Mrs. Margaret Stevenson, 2 weeks 15.00 

Messengers: 

Donald Wiggins, 18 weeks at $9 per week 162.00 

John Anderson, at $10 per week 66.67 

$ 62,031.77 

(2) Departments in University College ($150,475.00) 
Classics 

Gilbert Norwood, Professor, also Director of Classical Studies $ 6,250.00 

(a) Greek: 

E. T. Owen, Professor 4,700.00 

Associate Professors: 

D. E. Hamilton 4,200.00 

M. D. C. Tait (paid also $15 for Extension Work) 3,600.00 

(b) Latin: 

E. A. Dale, Professor at $4,700, of which $2,250 paid bv Trinity 

College 2,450.00 

(c) Greek and Roman History: 

C. N. Cochrane, Professor (with free rooms, heat and light valued 

at $300 as Dean of Residence 4,500.00 

Miss Mary C. Needier, Assistant Professor (paid also $15 for Ex- 
tension Work) 2,700.00 



$ 28,400.00 



English 

Professors : 

M. W. Wallace (paid also $1 ,500 as Principal of Universitv College) $ 6,000 . 00 

R. S. Knox .' 4,900.00 

J. F. Macdonald (paid also $420 for Extension Work) 4,500.00 

A. S. P. Woodhouse (paid also $200 from University Press) 4,200.00 

W. H. Clawson, Associate Professor 3,900 00 

Assistant Professors: 

N. J. Endicott 2,900.00 

J. R. MacGillivray (paid also $290 for Extension Work and $40 

from University Press) 2,900.00 

A. E. Birney (paid also $720 for Extension Work) 2,500.00 

C. T. Bissell, Lecturer (Sessional) 2,000.00 

W. Robbins, Fellow (Sessional) 575 . 00 

M. Mackinnon, Reader (Sessional) 200 00 



French 

Professors : 

F. C. A. Jeanneret $ 5,500.00 

J. S. Will 5,000.00 

St. E. deChamp (paid also $200 for Extension Work) 4,500.00 



$ 34,575.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 63 



Associate Professors: 

\V. J. McAndrew (paid also $1,000 as Registrar of University 

College) S 3 JOO . 00 

H. L. Humphreys (paid also S420 for Extension Work) 3,600.00 

Assistant Professors: 

R. D. C. Finch 3,450.00 

J. G. Andison (paid also $58 for Extension Work) 3,300.00 

C. D. Rouillard 3.200.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss A. C. Cole (paid also S168 for Extension Work) 2,350.00 

G. L. Assie (paid also S200 for Extension Work) 2,000.00 

J. A. Houpert (paid also $520 for Extension Work) 2,000.00 

Miss I. G. Balthazard (paid also $350 for Extension Work) 1,800.00 

Miss M. D. MacDonald (paid also S180 for Extension Work). . . . 1,800.00 



$ 42,200.00 



German 

Barker Fairley, Professor, also Head of Department $ 6,000.00 

Thure Hedman, Associate Professor 4,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

G. E. Holt 3,450.00 

H. Boeschenstein (paid also $216 for Extension Work) 3,000.00 

Martin Joos, Lecturer (Sessional) 2,100.00 



$ 18,550.00 



Semitics 

Professors: 

W. R. Taylor $ 5,500.00 

T. J. Meek 5,500.00 

Assistant Professors: 

F. V. Winnett 3,000.00 

W. S. McCullough 2,800.00 

Readers (Sessional): 

T. A. M. Barnett 45.00 

R. F. Schnell 55.00 



$ 16,900.00 



Ethics 

G. S. Brett, Professor (paid also as Professor of Philosophy and Dean 

of School of Graduate Studies) ' S 1 ,000 . 00 



$ 1,000.00 



University College General 

M. W. Wallace, Principal (paid also as Professor of English) $ 1,500.00 

Miss Marion B. Ferguson, Dean of Women (with living valued at $400) 2,500.00 

W. J. McAndrew, Registrar (paid also as Associate Professor of French) 1,000.00 

Miss E. H. McAndrew, Assistant to the Registrar 1,050.00 

Miss M. Blackburn, Secretary in the Registrar's Office 1,400.00 

Miss C.Tocque, Stenographer in University College 1,400.00 



22. Anthropology 

Supplies: 

Photographic Service, slides $ 7 . 50 

R.O.M., multigraphing 11.59 



$ 8,850.00 
$765,865.42 



$ 19.09 



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No. 12 



23. Applied Mathematics 

Supplies and Apparatus (S219.64): 

American Institute of Physics, reprints 

American Mathematical Society, dues 

Murdock Stationery-, paper 

Photographic Service, photostats 

Postage 

Roneo Co. of Canada, stencils, ink, paper 

University Press, printing stationery- 

Accounts under $10 (3) 

Superintendeat's Dept., freight, S3. 94; labour, $11.04; material, 

$4.90 

Clerical Assistance: 

Mrs. Reita Maunder, 38 weeks, 10 ^^ days 



14.80 
25.00 
18.00 
14.25 
21.17 
35.45 
64.41 
6.68 

19.88 

354.46 



$ 574.10 



24. Archaeology 

Supplies: 

Photographic Service, slides, prints 

Mr. H. A. Thompson, slides 

Accounts under SIO (2) 



$ 


182 


70 




30 


.00 




5 


.94 



$ 218.64 



25. Astronomy 

At University: 

Supplies ($150.30): 

Eastman Photographic Stores, Chemicals, films, plates, etc 

University Press, stationery, printing 

Accounts under $10 (5) 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone .28; material, $51.13 

At Observatory-: 

Supplies and Apparatus ($537.82): 

\V. E. Booth Co., photographic plates 

F. V. W. Brathwaite, hardware, paint, hose, etc 

Canadian General Electric, tungsten wire 

Central Scientific Co., rheostat, oil, tungsten wire 

Distillation Products Inc., Pirani gauge 

Eastman Kodak Co., plates 

Kinney Mfg. Co. vacuum valve 

Postage 

Sheppard & Gill Lumber Co., lumber 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Yerex's Electric Radio Service, radio 

Accounts under $10 (8) 

Sundry Disbursements by department: 

Hardware, $15.78; freight, .45; books & stationery, $3.30; 

postage, $1.40; sundries, $9.07 

Superintendent's Dept. telephone, .45; war tax, $1.90; freight, 

.$31.55; material, .$4.98 

Library, including binding and mending ($200.72): 

Royal Astronomical Society, reprints 

University of Chicago Press, subscription 

University Press, binding, books, bulletins 

.■\ccounts under $10 (5) 

Attendants and incidentals $(73.62): 

T. McKenzie, caretaker's overtime service 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $23.69; material, $2.43 

Less Door Receipts S30 00 

Sale of material 7 . 30 



18.93 
52.42 
27.54 
51.41 



26.50 
24.39 
21.26 
35.04 
139.06 
69.98 
23.37 
14.00 
24.48 
40.07 
15.00 
35.79 



30.00 

38.88 

39.75 

11.42 

125.34 

24.21 



47.50 
26.12 



$ 962.46 



37 . .30 



$ 925.16 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 65 



26. Botany 

Laboratory and office supplies, labour, etc. ($2,393.56): 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd. hardware -? 1 1 . 69 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 34.69 

Arthurs Jones Ltd., scratch pads 12.42 

W. E. Booth Co., photo plates, slides 54.00 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 90 . 85 

Brown Bros. Ltd., folders 51 . 62 

California Botanical Materials Co., slides 11.26 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc 19.58 

Canadian Pad and Paper Co., mimeo paper 107.07 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, etc 367.04 

Dupont Film Mfg. Corporation, film, safety microcopy 12.50 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 13 . 54 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film, plates, etc 125.36 

Fisher .Scientific Co., clamps, tubing 86.63 

Grand and Toy, stationery 60 . 15 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Ltd., tubing 16.66 

Fred W. Halls Paper Co., paper 43 . 47 

J. F. Hartz Co., cover glasses, slides 50. 13 

Ingram and Bell, cover glasses, cover slips 105.50 

Kilgours Ltd., bags, tape 17.30 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 18.89 

Mcllwraith's Ltd., razor blades 10.50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., card section, filing cabinet 47.75 

Photographic Service, slides, film, etc 14.25 

Postage 76 . 00 

Richards Glass Co., vials, caps, glassware 12.00 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter maintenance 17.40 

J. H. Ryan, binding volumes 13.75 

Stephen Sales Co., stencils, ink, paper. 18.36 

G. Tamblyn Ltd., non-absorbent dressing 16.25 

Edward Wicki & Co. Inc., dissecting blades 45.77 

Will Corporation, boxes 13.80 

Universitv Press, stationerv, binding, printing 244.74 

Accounts'under $10.00 (16) 78.99 

Sundry Disbursements by department: 

Drugs and stationery, $23.63; hardware, $21.30; supplies, 
$68.29; telephones, postage, etc., $49.34; sundries, $33.87; 

travelling, $49.69 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $79.06; labour, $58.51 ; material, 

$89.96 

Herbaria, Bear Island Laboratory ($221.94): 

Canadian Pad and Paper Co., paper 

J. Lanoie, repairs 

W. Manger, specimens 

Provincial Treasurer, rental of Bear Island lot 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 

Botanic Gardens and Greenhouses, supplies and labour, ($2,060.82): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, canvas covers 

W. M. C. Chilton, greenhouse assistant, 12 months 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Ltd., hose 

Mrs. G. S. Hillary, 12 months 

Ocean Chemicals Ltd., fumigating 

W. P. Warner, loam 

E. Webb and Sons, chemicals, sprays 

Accounts under $10 (3) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $21.92; material, $86.55 

Apparatus and equipment ($368.09): 

Central Scientific Co., batteries, blendor, gauges 

Corning Glass Works, filters 

Kelvinator of Canada Ltd., repairs 



246. 


12 


227. 


53 


15. 


73 


149 


00 


15 


56 


10 


00 


12 


20 


19 


.45 


17 


.50 


960 


.00 


11, 


39 


800 


.00 


40 


00 


12. 


00 


52 


60 


58 


.86 


108 


.47 


70 


.52 


13 


.77 


86 


.40 



66 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

H. V. Steer, apparatus repairs $ 32 . 30 

Accounts under $10 (9) 36.21 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $75.16; material, $53.73 128.89 

$5,044.41 
Less Credits: Laboratory deposits, $353.55; sale of material, etc., 

$28.92 382.47 

$ 4,661.94 



27. Chemistry 

Maintenance: 

Chemistry': 

Chemicals, glassware, apparatus, etc. ($9,071.58): 

Aikenhead Hardware, tools, files, wrench $ 51 .68 

American Institute of Physics, reprints 25.85 

Auto Electric Service Co., Ltd., motor 43.05 

Belle Ewart Ice and Fuel, ice tickets 110.88 

W. E. Booth Co. Ltd., lantern plates 12 . 30 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 142.09 

Canada Batteries Ltd., battery 15.88 

Canadian Industries Ltd., chemicals 36.83 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, tubes, heaters, etc. 566.68 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., gas, tank rental 33.86 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, oil, tongs, etc 2,463.54 

R. H. Chappell, glass blowing 61 .90 

E. I. Dupont de Nemours & Co., chemicals 10.63 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 353. 69 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., stools wired, book 88.87 

Eck. & Krebs, funnels, condensers, dryers, etc 46.29 

Fayle Coppersmith Works, stability bath 91 . 00 

Flexible Shaft Co. Ltd., mixmaster 28.90 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Ltd., tubing 63.70 

G. A. Hardie & Co., towels 260.50 

Ingram & Bell, glassware, chemicals, crucibles, etc 583.87 

Johnson Matthey & Co., chemicals, platinum 53. 15 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 439.03 

Medicine Hat Potteries, crocks 14.68 

Merck & Co., chemicals 222 . 13 

Mimeograph Co. Ltd., ink, paper, stencils, etc 188.30 

National Drug & Chemical Co., chemicals 39.66 

Nichols Chemical Co., chemicals 249.32 

Ohmite Mfg. Co., rheostats 14.08 

Ontario Cork Co., corks 191.27 

Ontario Research Foundation, chemicals 15.30 

Postage 71 . 00 

Mrs. J. Snowalter, stock & dies 12 . 00 

Superior Electric Ltd., plates, coils, asbestos, etc 68.56 

Thermos Bottle Co. Ltd., jars & fillers 27. 17 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, repairs 18.25 

Vicking Distributing Co., ether 26.00 

Vitrolite Products of Canada, vitrolite 11 .95 

Walker Metal Products, wire 12 . 82 

Wall Chemicals Ltd., oxygen 142. 17 

Will Corporation, pyrometer, etc 28.98 

Williams & Wilson Ltd., elements 132.00 

University Press, printing, stationery, reprints 709. 12 

Accounts under $10 (34) 156. 86 

Sundry Disbursements by department: 

Stationery & drugs, $42.54; hardware, $65.25; supplies, 

$48.53; sundries, $60.17; postage, $11.38 227.87 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $156.36; telephones, $4.39; 

labour, $173.20; material, $573.97 907.92 

Repairs and Renewals ($539.13): 

Accounts under $10 (3) 13. 16 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour, $319.07; material, $206.90. . 525.97 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 67 



Clerical Assistance ($145.40): 

W. Banton, 87H hours $ 35.00 

David Edson, 151 hours 60 . 40 

R. Fortescue, 62 hours 31 . 00 

Miss E. E. Kremer, 2 days 10.00 

Miss I. Lounsbury, 1 day 3.00 

Mrs. I. Stephens, 2 days 6.00 

$ 9,756.11 



Less credits: laboratory deposits, $3,515.47; sale of ma- 
terial, etc., $45.33; materials returned $8.00 3,568.80 



$ 6,187.31 



Physical Chemistry: 

Supplies, Chemicals, etc.: 

Baker Platinum of Canada, platinum lids $ 36.80 

Beardmore & Co. Ltd., belting, etc 13. 18 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, chemicals, slides. . 75.99 

Canadian National Carbon Co., spectroscope 47.56 

Carpentry and Repair Service, shelf 27.00 

Central Scientific Co. of Canada, tubing, balances evaporating 

discs 108.33 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 40.00 

Corning Glass Works, glassware 11 . 30 

Flexible Shaft Co. Ltd., motor 28.90 

J. F. Hartz Co. Ltd., chemicals 21 . 60 

Instruments Ltd., graphite rods 57.30 

Johnson Matthey & Co. (Can.) Ltd., platinum discs 16.88 

Merck & Co., chemicals 12.03 

Ohmite Mfg. Co., rheostat 13. 17 

E. H. Sargent, pyrex, stoppers 30.61 

Scientific Glass App. Co. glass 21 . 33 

Accounts under $10 (12) 66. 12 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $8.81 ; labour, $6.95; material, 

$4.05 19.81 



Electro Chemistry: 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

British Drug Houses, chemicals $ 178.76 

Canadian Asbestos Ontario Ltd., asbestos paper, asbestos 

millboard . • 

Canadian Batteries Ltd., batteries 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, apparatus, emery paper, cork 

borer, filter paper 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., rental of cylinder, gas 

Canadian Research Institute, repairs, rewiring, motor 

Central Scientific Co. of Canada, valves 

T. Eaton Co., jig-saw, blades 

G. A. Hardie & Co. Ltd., towels, wipers 

Littlefuse Inc., mountings, fuses 

H. N. MacFarland, glass blowing 

McBain Foundry, weights 

W. R. McKee, repairing & recalibrating motors 

Geo. A. Matthews Co. Ltd., repairs to motor, motors 

Photographic Service, slides, prints, photostats 

Radio Trade Supply Co., cutter, chassis, condensers, clips, 

meters, etc 

Richardson Bond and Wright Ltd., lists 

Synthetic Drug Co., bottles 

Wall Chemicals Ltd., oxygen 

Wholesale Radio Co., sockets, tubes, transformer, controls, etc. 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts under $10 (11) 

Sundry' Disbursements by department: 

Stationery and drugs, .91; hardware, $1.90; supplies, 

$3.27; stamps & carfare, $3.96; sundries, $9.17 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $5.88; labour, $60.37; 

material, $303.50 



14. 


37 


12 


.61 


916 


.35 


12 


.68 


42 


.35 


12 


.35 


10 


.89 


79 


.95 


23 


.17 


15 


.00 


41 


.47 


13 


.30 


117 


.50 


52 


.81 


228, 


29 


21. 


,44 


24.00 


16. 


50 


26. 


16 


16. 


67 


62. 


68 


19. 


21 


369. 


75 


$ 2,328. 


26 



647.91 



68 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Less Credits: Laboratory deposits, ?37.30; sale of material, 
$124.30 

Organic Chemistrv' Research: 

Supplies, apparatus and equipment: 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 

Baker Platinum of Canada, chemicals 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, furnaces, glassware 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, corks, tubing, apparatus. . . 

Fisher Scientific Co. Ltd., glassware, tubes 

Glidden Co., chemicals 

A. S. Hunt, funnel, glass blowing 

Ingram and Bell Ltd., reagent bottles 

Journal of Biological Chemistry, reprints 

Mack Printing Co., reprints 

Microchemical .Service, combustion stove and control 

Maurice A. Knight, jar 

Pfanstiehl Chemical Co., chemicals 

Miss Shirley Piatt, chemical analyses 

Robbins and Townsend, typewriter 

Waverly Press Inc.. reprints 

Universitv Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts'under $10 (10) 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery & drugs, $2.53; hardware, $12.22; supplies, 
$11.34; stamps & postage, $7.97; sundries, $15.18. . 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $42.22; labour, $70.97; ma- 
terial, $169.85 



$ 161.60 



$ 2,166.66 



17.45 

42.00 

388.61 

200.57 

757.09 

68.93 

67.90 

12.00 

28.44 

11.05 

11.84 

97.26 

32.25 

46.23 

151.00 

85.00 

21.87 

28.96 

54.31 



49.24 
283.02 



$ 2,455.02 



$ 11,456.90 



28. Fine Art 

Equipment: 

Artists Supply Co. colours, brushes, chalk, etc 

Comrie Lumber Co. lumber 

T. Eaton Co. prints 

Grand & Toy stationery 

Superintendent's Dept., labour $7.90, material $3.74 

Slides, Journal and Stationery', Use of Lantern and Operator: 

Artists Supply Co., colors, brushes, chalk, etc 

Canadian Art Laboratory, paints 

Prof. C. F. Comfort, studio rental 

Museum of Modern Art, dues 

Photographic Service, Lantern service, slides 

Postage 

Pringle & Booth Ltd. photostats 

A. G. Sherman, cartage 

University Press, stationery 

Accounts under $10 (8) 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $5.02, labour, $7.10; material, 
$4.76 , 



21.25 
13.80 
52.28 
8.65 
11.64 



114.40 
14.11 

160.00 
11.28 

352 . 60 
34.31 
16.32 
10.50 
61.43 
37.14 

135.00 

16.88 



$ 107.62 



$ 963.97 



$ 1,071.59 



29. Geography 

Maintenance (.$241.12): 

Denoyer-Geppart Co. maps 

Mimeograph Co., paper, ink 

Photographic Service, slides 

Charles Potter, prefocus lamps 

University Press, stationery, printing 

Accounts under $10 (6) 

Sundry disbursements by department ■ ■ 

Superintendent's Dept.,' freight, $3.13; labour, $15.63; material, 
$11.-36 



15.35 
13.81 
21.10 
23.60 
92.61 
24.53 
20.00 

.30.12 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 69 



$ 


139.89 

118.00 

4.00 

.08 


$ 


503.09 
100.00 



Apparatus and Furniture ($261.97): 
Central Scientific, delineascope. 
Office Specialty Co., cabinet. . . 
Charles Potter, slide covers. . . . 
Superintendent's Dept., freight. 



Less — Donation toward purchase of delineascope by G. L. P. 
Grant-Suttie Esq 



30. Geology 

Maintenance and equipment including mechanical assistance in pre- 
paring specimens ($578.67): 

Canadian Carborundum, abrasive powder $ 17.02 

Central Scientific Co., bulbs, glassware, etc 24. 70 

Corman Engineering Co., iron taps 16. 85 

J. B. Farnworth, electric apparatus 15.00 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., canada balsam 14.25 

Musto-Kecciau Co., blades 24.83 

Office Specialty Co.. cards, chairs, etc 91 . 30 

Photographic Service, slides 17 . 20 

Postage 5.00 

Radio-Trade Supply Co., micrometer, etc 43 . 37 

L^nderwood Elliott Fisher, rebuilt typewriter 67.50 

Universitv Press, stationery 78. 57 

Accounts'under $10 (10). 33.15 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $15.00; labour, $89.05; material, 

$25.88 129.93 

Summer Field Work, travelling expenses, etc. ($254.14): 

W. N. Ingram, expenses, field-trip 

Professor Moore, instruction honorarium, etc 

Dr. W. S. Okulitch, instruction honorarium 

Thos. Pocklington, repair compasses, etc >. . . 

Accounts under $10 (4) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $4.67; material, .46 



Less credits: Sale of material. 



36 


98 


109 


30 


62 


27 


19 


50 


20 


96 


5 


13 


$ 832. 


.81 


4 


.30 



31. History 



28 


27 


26. 


00 


37 


,88 


11 


.04 


88 


16 


9 


.15 


5. 


00 


1 


.18 



Class room supplies ($306.68): 

Mimeograph Co., stencils, paper, etc 

Postage 

Robbins and Townsend, Remington typewriter $143.78 less allow- 
ance on turned in typewriter $12.50, inspections $6.60 

Serial Map Service, map service 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts'under $10 (3) 

Sundry' disbursements 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, .25; labour, .93 

Secretarial Assistance: 

Miss F. C. Hahn, 9 months 900.00 

Research Expenses ($38.40): 

Miss H. L. Davidson, travelling expenses 14.65 

Father \'. Jensen, travelling expenses 9.10 

W. T. Ryan, travelling expenses 14 . 65 

32. Italian and Spanisli 

Supplies and Clerical Assistance: 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbons. . 
LIniversity Extension, mimeograph supplies. 

University Press, stationery 

Clerical Assistance, Miss E. Rugg 



$ 


.60 




3.00 




8.74 




187.28 



403.09 



828.51 



$ 1,245.08 



$ 199.62 



70 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

33. Law 

Office and class room supplies: 

Postage $ 63.50 

University Press, printing, stationery, furniture 69.60 

$ 133.10 



34. Mathematics 

Supplies and Apparatus (S151.69): 

American Mathematical Society, portion of dues % 50.00 

D. Gestetner, stencils 77.61 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection 1 .00 

University Press, stationery 19.76 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 3.32 

Clerical Assistance ($81.40): 

\V. C. G. Eraser 8.40 

John Somoloff 73.00 

$ 233.09 



35. Military Studies 

Office and General Expenses: 

\Vm. Clowes & Sons Ltd., Army Quarterly $ 6.89 

J. ^L Dent & Son Ltd., subscription "Information and Foreign 

Affairs" 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection and ribbons 

Universitv Press, text books, printing, stationery 

47.51 



36. Mineralogy 

Maintenance and equipment (S636.94): 

American Society for testing cards for X-ray $ 55.78 

Miss Lucy Birkett, typing research papers 10.80 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, test tubes 49.70 

Walter A. Carv^eth & Co., microscope repairs 43. 50 

Central Scientific Co.. pump oil, etc 44. 15 

Eastman Photographic Stores, X-ray developer, etc 13.01 

H. S. Hunt, glass blowing and repairs 27.00 

Ingram & Bell, first aid kits, etc 21 . 79 

Johnson Matthey & Co., forceps, etc 20.65 

John H. Klein & Co., charcoal 29.88 

• Mrs. Katherine \V. Peacock, typing research papers 18.25 

Photographic Service, prints, etc 29.90 

Postage 4.00 

University Press, note books, etc 57.60 

Ward's Natural Science Establishment, specimens 37.74 

Accounts under $10 (14) 61 , 95 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $18.55, labour, $32.71; material, 

$59.98 111.24 

Alterations, Partitions and repairs: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $87.87; material, $37.25 125. 12 



6, 


00 


6 


.00 


28 


.62 



Less Credits: Sales of materials $ 53.60 

Laboratory deposits 62 . 25 



$ 762.06 
115.85 



37. Philosophy 

Supplies, Clerical Assistance, etc.: 

Miss H. DesBrisay, typing reports $ 73.75 

Photographic Service, slides and service 11. 00 

Universitv Press, examination book 21 .09 



646.21 



105.84 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



71 



38. Physics 



Laboratory and Workshop Supplies ($7,468.58): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., washers, varnish, etc S 257. 16 

Ale.xander & Cable Lithographing Co., engraving bronze plate. . . 18.36 

Sherman Ainslie, wire 29 . 40 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 28.63 

Anaconda American Brass, brass 232.96 

Auto Electric Service Co., connectors and connection 12.60 

Bakelite Corp. bakelite tubing 16.81 

W. E. Booth Co., film plates, etc 174.83 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 126.26 

Canada Metal Co., solder 95 . 45 

Canada Name Plate & Mfg. Co., names 48.31 

Canada Wire & Cable, copper, wire, etc 19.42 

Canadian Carborundum Co. abrasive cloth, etc 20.32 

Canadian Electric Supply, batteries, condensors 306.57 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamps, bulbs, etc 189.74 

Canadian Industries Ltd., cavalprene 13.52 

Canadian Johns Manville, tranzite 13.24 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, tubing, etc 173.97 

Canadian Liquid Air, gas 156.00 

Canadian National Carbon Co., carbons, etc 59.70 

Canadian Pacific Railway, freight 15.25 

Canadian Tire Corp. switches 25. 14 

Central Scientific Co., forceps, cylinders, etc 505.75 

Code.x Book Co., Incorporated, chart paper 18. 12 

Corning Glass Works, filters 43.24 

Coulter Copper & Brass Co., crucibles, nickel 29.72 

G. Cussons Ltd., brushes, spring balances 33.20 

Diamond State Fibre Co., fibre, rod and tubing 13.38 

Dominion Oxygen Co., oxygen 123 . 39 

Eastman Photographic Stores, X-ray film, etc 50.35 

T. Eaton Co., folders, rubber cement, etc 33.70 

Electrical Engineering Dept., wire and cable 19.20 

Exide Batteries, batteries 97 . 59 

J. B. Farnworth. machine work 30.00 

Fidea Co., repair chrometer, etc 32 . 50 

Thos. Firth & John Brown, steel 10.25 

Fisher Scientific Co., thermometers 33.28 

D. M. Frazer, charts 22.74 

Fulton Sylphon Co., bellows 42.74 

General Radio Co., condensor, resistors 32.43 

Grififin & Tatlock, spring balances 87.75 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Ltd., rods, tubing 52 . 16 

Halaid Co., records 101 . 36 

Handy & Harmon, alloy 17.61 

Herlock & Radiman, tubes 22 . 44 

Adam Hilger, electrodes, etc Ill .46 

Imperial Oil Co., oil 22 . 40 

International Resistor Ltd., resistors 29.55 

Johnson Matthey & Co., gold wire 13 . 25 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel, ice 53 . 01 

Leeds & Northrup, meters 10 . 87 

Monarch Belting Co., belting 19. 10 

Moyer School Supplies, chalk, etc 11 .00 

McBain Foundry, castings 15 . 06 

Nicholls Chemical Co., caustic soda 22.00 

Norwalk Co., cores 60.22 

Peckovers Ltd., steel, etc 35 . 90 

Thos. Pocklington, charts, graph paper 25.25 

Photographic Service, slides, prints 23. 14 

Arnold Pitt, repairs 1,075.00 

Postage 46.86 

Pratt & Whiting, tools, drills 54 . 20 

Railway Engineering Specialty Co., gauges, nuts, etc 139.74 

Reinberg Ltd., seals 17.10 

Research Enterprises, thyratron 16. 14 

Richard Glass Co., glassware 35 . 64 

Robbins & Towns.end, inspections, ribbons 12.00 

Roneo Co. of Canada Ltd., stencil, paper 77.05 



72 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

R.O.N. , pedestal $ 120.00 

Smith Belting Co., ventilator fan 24.00 

Mrs. M. Stirrett, drafting 18.70 

Stupakoff-Ceramic & Co., insulcon glowers 23.86 

Taylor Instrument Co., thermometers 11 .52 

Toronto Armature Co., repairs to motor 43.35 

Toronto Hydro Electric System, service 160.96 

University Press, printing, stationery 601 .97 

Walker ISletal Products, wire 29 . 87 

S. S. White Dental Co., resistors 31.21 

Wholesale Radio Co., rheostats, etc 105 . 74 

Accounts under $10 (39) 196.80 

Sundry Disbursements by Department: 

Stationery $10.40; hardware $10.00; supplies $19.60 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone $2.46; freight $195.67; 

labour, $122.60; material, $327.39 648. 12 

Laboratory and Workshop assistance ($6,466.68): 

A. Bannister, 9 weeks 108.00 

Robert L. Beale, 5 weeks, 7 days, 4 hours 1,462. 15 

■ W. Burridge, 36 weeks 432.00 

Jas. Coxson, 12 weeks, 4 days 152.00 

M. Devitt, 41 weeks, 2 days 512.00 

James Dowslev, 160 hours 128.00 

John Farnworth, 1,769 hours 1,451.00 

Alex. Ledingham. 9 weeks, 4 days 116.00 

J. H. Lowther, 15 weeks. 5 days 190.00 

Hin Lew, 1 month 150.00 

Wm. McDowell, 8 weeks, 4 days 104.00 

L. E. McHattie, V^ month 62 . 50 

R. McLean. 32 weeks 384.00 

Jos. McMahon, 8 weeks, 2 days 100.00 

J. R. Neill, part time services 100.00 

Anthonv Newman, 6 weeks, 1 day 74.00 

Albert Owen, 104 hours 104.00 

R. J. Stephenson, 20 days 80.65 

James Ward, 251 3^ hours 169.88 

Douglas Welch, 20 weeks, 7 days 270.00 

G. Williams, 20 weeks 240.00 

G. Woodward, 85 hours 76 . 50 

Special Laboratory Alterations and Replacements: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $395.81; material, $104.20 500.01 

Apparatus ($1,158.07): 

Aikenhead Hardware, vise 14. 70 

Canadian General Electric, fluorescent lamps, etc 52.47 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, medenburner 26.86 

Walter A. Carveth & Co., condensor 80.50 

Central .Scientific Co., transformer, rheostat 236.53 

G. Cusson Ltd., Fletcher Trolley apparatus 164.69 

A. Gallenkamp Ltd., retractometer 48.94 

General Radio Co., variac 44.40 

Griffin & Tatlock Ltd., gyroscope-resonance tubes 90.53 

J. J. Hicks, barometer 10.35 

E. Hoffman, motor 7.50 

Arthur Jackson Machine Tool Co., gauge block 34.90 

Milton-Thompson Electric, motors 19.60 

J. H. Rider Machinery Co., universal chuck 115.00 

Wholesale Radio Co., electric convertor 66.76 

Windeler Electric Co., motors 30.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $51.81; material, $62.53 114.34 

Experimental tables, cases, books, charts, fittings, etc. ($640.89): 

American Institute of Physics, textbooks 30.03 

American Journal of Science, reprints 29.68 

Bell Telephone Co., textbooks 15.00 

Engineering, Subscription 13 . 30 

General Office Furniture Co., file 37.00 

McMillan & Co., subscription 20.39 

University Press, text books, etc 104 . 41 

Accounts under $10 (7) 29.27 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $314.66, material, $47.15 361 .81 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 73 



Research Associates: 

L. T. Newman, 12 months $ 2,062.50 

N. B. Keevil, 6 months 1,800.00 

Research Assistance: 

J. H. L. Watson, 12 months 1,228.33 

T. J. F. Consitt, 6 months 1,050.00 

J. W. Dale, 1 month, 12 days 104.03 

R. T. Errington, 6 months 900.00 

$23,379.09 

Less credits: laboratory deposits, $774.50; sale of material, etc. 

$5,848.55 6,623.05 

$16,756.04 
Charged to: 

McLennan Laboratory, Research Fund $4,056.47 

Hans Lundberg Fund'. 2,612 . 49 

Dept. National Defence for Naval Service 1,290.00 

Geophysics Fund 625 . 00 

Research Enterprise 172.50 

$ 8,756.46 

$ 7,999.58 



39. Political Economy 

Ofifice and Classroom Supplies and Equipment ($589.00): 

Grand and Toy Ltd., type cleaner, paper, filing cases $ 17.00 

Letter Shop Supply Co., stencils 17.25 

Jos. McDowell & Co., repairs to calculators 37.27 

Postage 120.50 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbon 25.00 

Roneo Co. of Canada, ink, paper, stencils 62 . 50 

University Press, printing, stationery 196.65 

Accounts under $10 (16) 69. 16 

Sundry Disbursements: 

Telegrams, $15.14; supplies, $10.13; sundries, $4.73 30.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $1.39; telephone, $10.68; labour, 

$1.58; material, $ .02 13.67 

Clerical Assistance ($1,770.00): 

Miss E. J. McKee 1,050.00 

Miss C. \V. McNeill 720.00 



$ 2,359.00 



40. Psychology 

Supplies ($1,087.88): 

Brown Bros. Ltd., staples $ 13.38 

D. Gestetner Ltd., stencils, ink 139.20 

Houghton Mififlin, test material 10.70 

Joseph Kopas, equipment, vocational interest test 13.50 

Kelly Feed and Seed Co., fox chow, feed 45 . 90 

Photographic Service, slides, film, developing 21 . 80 

Postage ■ 53 . 00 

Robbins and Townsend, inspection, repairs, staples 13.95 

Ryerson Press, binders, book pockets, cards 22. 11 

John B. Smith & Sons, lumber 17.97 

University Press, printing, stationery 362.22 

Accounts under $10 (25) 93 . 45 

Sundry Disbursements bv Dept., drugs, $23.92; animal feed, $5.59 

sundries, $2.38 ' 31.89 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $8.49; freight, $61.40; labour, 

$26.58; material, $152.34 248.81 

Apparatus and Equipment ($609.73): 

Beardmore and Co., belting 18.37 

Central Scientific Co., counters 25.68 

Arthur Jackson Machine Tool Co., chronometer 2.35 

Ofifice Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinets 46.91 



74 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Frank Rieber Inc., recorder, records $ 455.39 

University Press, printing, stationery 36.80 

Superintendent's Dept., material 24.23 

Clerical Assistance: 

Mrs. W. Mussen, 12 months 1,200.00 

Laboratory Attendance ($1,550.00): 

Miss G. Evans, 12 months 400 . 00 

Miss D. D. Hearn, 12 months 1,150.00 

Laboratory Cleaning ($88.84): 

D. G. LeRay 60.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 28. 84 

$ 4,636.45 
Less Credits: 

Rockefeller School of Nursing 100.00 



$ 4,436.45 



41. Zoology (formerly Biology) 

Laboratory and Lecture Room supplies ($4,061.42): 

Aikenhead Hardware, asphaltum, hardware, etc $ 69.66 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 97.48 

Atlas Radio Corp., photo cells 13 . 80 

Associated Screen News, films 60.00 

Barber-Ellis Co., mimeograph paper, envelopes, etc 103.04 

Biological Supplv Co., specimens 217.63 

W. E. Booth Co', photo plates 30. 86 

F. J. Burns & Co., frogs 69.33 

Burrell Technical Supply Co., oxsorbent 25.25 

Canadian Electric Supply Co., tubes, transformers 32.03 

Canadian General Electric Co., wire, chromel wire, etc 69.31 

Canada Packers, beef livers 27 . 36 

Walter A. Carveth, attachments for camera 84.75 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, etc 560.46 

R. H. Chappell, glass blowing 21 . 15 

Miss A. E. Daws, used microscope 125.00 

Dominion Glass Co., jars, caps 36.54 

T. Eaton Co., materials 43.65 

Eastman Kodak Co., acid-chemicals 36.91 

Eastman Photograph Stores, plates, process plates 78.56 

Eimer & Amend, chemicals 14.03 

C. Emmett, rabbits, etc 297 . 50 

Faurot Protective Identification System, pads, paper 24.28 

Fisher Scientific Co., culture, dishes, etc 32.99 

Freyseng Cork Co., corks 15.19 

General Biological Supply Co., specimen supplies 166.60 

D. Gestetner Ltd., stencils 63 . 20 

J. F. Hartz Co., rubber gloves, petri dishes 54.94 

Halliday Flint Glass Works, shells and cork 17.28 

Hudson Specialties, motors 17.76 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., carbolic-acid, screens, drugs, etc 47.99 

Lake Simcoe Ice and Fuel Co., ice 11 .00 

Leeds and Northrup, element 12 . 52 

Lowe Martin Co., cards 10.66 

E. Matchett & Son, springs, etc 182 . 46 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, mercury 36.58 

Marine Biological Supply House, specimens 12.83 

Medicine Hat Pottery, crocks, covers 34.21 

Murphy's Drug Store, films, etc 152 . 47 

Ontario Agricultural College, eggs 11 . 80 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 48.97 

Leslie A. Prince, skeleton, material 60.00 

Royal Ontario Museum, hand books 41 .00 

J. H. Ryan, binding volumes 51.00 

Postage 21.50 

Max Scheerle, lens for leitz camera 62 . 50 

Stephens Sales Co., paper 10.00 

Southern Biological Supply Co. Inc., specimens 273. 12 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 75 

Taylor Instrument Co., charts $ 23.00 

Arthur H. Thomas, calipers 37.40 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy & Biology, reprints. . ., 12.99 

Wholesale Radio Co., switches, etc 93.83 

University Press, printing and stationery 362.86 

E. M. Walker, petty cash 40.00 

Accounts under $10 (25) 119.76 

Sundry Disbursements by Department: 

Stationerv', etc. $20.00: sundries, $70.00 90.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $261.70, labour, $27.83; material, 

$635.70 925.23 

$ 5,292.22 

Less Credits: Sale of material $ 146.20 

Laboratory deposit 1,084. 60 * 

— 1,230.80 

$ 4,061.42 
Furnishings, fittings and new equipment ($1,501.54): 

Bay Salvage Co., card cabinets $ 12 . 50 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, precision still-tank 279.89 

Central Scientific Co., forceps, scalpels, etc 52. 13 

T. Eaton Co., vacuum cleaner, etc 91 . 88 

J. F. Hartz Co., instrument table, hvdrometer, etc 106.25 

Mitchell & McGill, file and transfer 'case 38.25 

Moses Co., electric fan 31 . 53 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., card sections 88.58 

Robbins & Tovvnsend, typewriter 75.00 

Accounts under $10 (6) 38.36 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $385.19; material, $301.98 687.17 

Incidentals ($417.44): 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., camera Floater policy 20.00 

P. R. Mack & Son, dater stamp, ink 12.15 

Robbins & Townsend, ribbons, etc 29.30 

Stanley South, dusting books in library 10.00 

University Press, stationery 206 . 40 

Postage 67.00 

Accounts under $10 (16) 72 . 59 

Marine Laboratories, collecting: 

W. J. LeRay 50.00 

$ 6,030.40 



42. University College Departments 

Class room supplies: 
Classics ($94.79): 

Ginn and Co $ 2.31 

John Hopkins Press, reports 3. 18 

Miss C. E. Stubbs, clerical assistance 35.00 

University of Chicago Press, reprints 7. 50 

University Press, printing, stationery 46.57 

Superintendent's Dept., war tax .23 

English ($13.50): 

University Press, stationery 13 . 50 

French ($88.83): 

G. Ducharme, books 3 . 50 

University Press, printing, stationery 85.03 

Superintendent's Dept., war tax .30 

German ($61.01): 

Postage 2.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 58.76 

Superintendent's Dept., war excise tax .25 

Semitics ($47.71): 

F. Stark, lantern service 3 . 00 

University Press, printing stationery 44. 71 



$ 305.84 



76 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



43. University College General Expenses 

Office Supplies, stationery, printing, and incidentals ($660.32): 

Advertisers Engraving Co., cuts for year book $ 54.00 

D. Gestetner Ltd., stencils, paper 120. 10 

Postage 148.00 

Robbins and Townsend. inspection, feed rolls, rebuilt typewriter. 98 60 

The Undergraduate. 200 copies 30 . 00 

University Press, printing, stationery 187.57 

Accounts under $10 (4) 18.25 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3.80 

Messenger Service: 

Arthur Smith, 40 weeks, 3 days 445.50 

Sundry Expenses of the Principal ($236.23): 

Robt. Simpson Co., catering 162 . 73 

U.C. Alumni Association, reunion dinner 40.00 

U.C. Women's Union, graduate tea 27.00 

Accounts under $10 (2) 6 . 50 



$ 1,342.05 



44. Baldwin House (History) 

Light $ 215.03 

Fuel, Halliday Bros 664.42 

Gas. $15.03; water. $29.08 44. 11 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 53.63 

Cleaning and furnaceman ($531.48): 

Allen Mfg. Co.. laundry 4.10 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Co 9.00 

J. Harkness, 61 days 35.07 

G. Town, overtime 62 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 421 . 31 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $430.07; material, $87.57 517.64 

Caretaker: 

G. A. Town, 12 mos 1,400.00 

$ 3,426.31 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $215.03 

Credit for cleaning 97 . 50 

Charged to T.F. Dominion Government Grant Navy 
Technical Class No. 3. for cleaning, $30.00; care- 
taker's supplies, $10.00; gas, $5.00; light, $20.00. . 65.00 

377.53 



$ 3,048.78 



45. Biological Building (Department of Zoology) 

Heat and Light $ 3,517.87 

Gas, $83.05; water, $363.08 446. 13 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material , 219.81 

Cleaning ($2,090.99): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 14.10 

White Window Cleaning Co., 25 . 00 

A. J. Wright, overtime 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,051 .39 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,236.30): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 12.25 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., chintz 6.43 

A. Moody, repairing chairs 4 . 00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 77 



Patterson and Heward, brass sign $ 40.50 

John Smith, renairing and recovering chairs 11.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. SI. 789.94; material. $372.18 2,162.12 

Caretaker. A. J. Wright, 12 mos. (with rooms, heat, and light valued at 

$300.00) 1.200.00 

$ 9.711.10 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $3,517.87 
Sundry credits: cleaning 31 . 15 



3,549.02 



$ 6,162.08 



46. Botanical Building 

Heat and Light $ 4,813.88 

Gas, $61 .35; fuel oil, $43.75; water, $251.83 356.93 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 198.06 

Cleaning ($2,351.16): 

Allen Mfg. Co. Laundry 16.00 

W. V. Walker, overtime 113.25 

White Window Cleaning Co 45.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,176.91 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,892.04): 

W^m. Bartlett & Sons, shades and repairs 23.00 

Canadian Powers Regulator, checking controls 10.70 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5.00 

Service Station Equipment Co. servicing oil burner 3.00 

Supreme Boiler and Engineering, supplving and installing tubes. . 13.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,529.67; material, $307.67 1.837.34 

Caretaker, W. V. Walker, 12 mos 1,400.00 

$11,012.07 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $4,813.88 

Sundry credits: cleaning 176.75 

Imperial Oil Co., transfer 43 . 75 

5,034.38 



$ 5.977.69 



47. Chemical Building 

Heat and Light $ 3,994.31 

Gas. $630.82: water. $723.20 1,354.02 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 242.70 

Cleaning ($2,036.47): 

Allen Mfg. Co.. laundr>' 19.50 

R. Fortescue. overtime 37.00 

White Window Cleaning Co 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,959.97 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,171.43): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son. shades 55.82 

City Treasurer, cost of packing valve in water main 8. 65 

Thos. Pocklington Ltd.. repairing balance 18.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,467.13; material. $621.83. . . . . 2,088.96 
Caretaker (paid as laboratory assistant, with rooms, heat and light 
valued at $420.00 chargeable against building and included in 

abo\-e) 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $3,994.31 

Sundry Credits, cleaning 55.00 

Dominion Government Grant Chemistry, Gordon, 

ClOOO-27, gas 200.00 



$ 9,798.93 



$ 4,249.31 



$ 5,549.62 



78 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

48. David Dunlap Observatory 

Fuel: 

Halliday Bros $ 583.40 

Electric Current 732.98 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 42.61 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $387.89; material, $87.16 475.05 

Sundries ($1,209.50): 

Bell Telephone Co., telephone 54.00 

Salem's Garage 6 . 95 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.78; labour, $1,086.78; material, 

$58.99 1,148.55 

Caretaker, T. Mackenzie, 12 mos. (with house valued at $15.00 per 

month) 900.00 



$ 3,943.54 
Less credits: light, water, etc 72.00 



49. Economics Building 

Light $ 6.00 

Fuel ($1,925.00): 

Halliday Bros 1,924.37 

Superintendent's Dept., labour .63 

Gas, $104.72; electric current $1,279.29; water, $102.23 1,486.24 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 310.56 

Cleaning and Furnacemen ($2,989.48): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 18.40 

J. McCormack, overtime 74.75 

J. Mclntyre, 8 weeks, 17 days 261 . 87 

W. Van Ark, overtime 7 . 00 

White Window Cleaning Co 32.00 

N. Young, 5 weeks, 10 days 147. 86 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,447.60 

Repairs and renewals ($2,048.90): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son. shades 51 .08 

Livingston Stoker Sales Co., parts, repairing 237.63 

Patterson and Heward 40 . 50 

G. F. Sterne & Sons, floor hardener crystals 56.70 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,062.41; material, $600.58 1,662.99 

Caretaker, J. McCormack, 12 mos 1,350.00 

$10,116.18 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $ 6.00 

Sundry credits: cleaning, caretaker's supplies, etc 175.95 

■ 181.95 



$ 3,871.54 



$ 9,934.23 



50. McLennan Laboratory (Physics) 

Heat and light $ 8,598.75 

Gas, $224.21 ; water, $338.36 562.57 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 363.71 

Cleaning ($3,949.91): 

Allen Mfg. Co. laundry 83 . 00 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 43.00 

High Park Window Cleaners 5.00 

H. Hill, overtime 42.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3,776.41 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 79 

Repairs and Renewals ($7,672.72): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades $ 5.96 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., replacing tiles 11 .75 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5 . 00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co. of Canada 8.88 

Turnbull Elevator Co. removing old gates, etc. and installing new 

ones 357.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $4,157.78; material, $3,126.35.. 7,284.13 

Caretaker, H. Hill, 12 mos 1,550.00 

$22,697.66 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $8,598.75 

Credit for cleaning 49 . 75 

Charged to T.F. Dominion Government Grant Navy 
Technical Class, for cleaning, $312.50; caretaker's 
supplies, $125.00; gas, $37.50; water, $62.50; light, 

$87.50; repairs and renewals, $250.00 875.00 

Charged to T.F. Dominion Government Grant Radio 
Technicians Course, for cleaning, $2,360.00; care- 
taker's supplies, $585.00; gas $175.00; water 
$205.00; light, $3,520.00; repairs and renewals, 

$5,055.00 11,900.00 

21,423.50 

— $ 1,274.16 



51. Military Studies Building (119 St. George Street) 

Fuel ($697.25): 

Halliday Bros $ 690 . 70 

Elias Rogers 6 . 55 

Water 15. 84 

Electric Current 349 . 36 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 71 . 87 

Cleaning ($1,314.94)- 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 9.50 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 9.00 

N. Morrison, overtime 74.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,222.44 

Repairs and Renewals ($743.94) : 

Howard Air Conditioning and Heating Ltd., belt 3.08 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $518.18; material, $222.68 740.86 

$ 3,193.20 

Less Credits: cleaning and light $152.00 

Repairs and renewals 5.00 

C.O.T.C. share of cost 119.20 

— 276.20 



$ 2,917.00 



52. Psychology Buildings 

Light $. 108.67 

Fuel ($1,076.60): 

Halliday Bros. Ltd 1,045.56 

Milnes Coal Co 11 .75 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 19.29 

Electric Power 188. 10 

Gas, $18.00; water, $34.66 52.66 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 46.39 

Cleaning and furnaceman ($1,635.23): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 7.10 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Co 20.00 

D. Harrison, 235 days 253.61 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,354.52 



80 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Repairs and Renewals, ($874.08) : 

\Vm. Bartlett & Son. shades $ 2.80 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $677.31; material, $193.97 871.28 



$ 3,981.73 
Less light charged to Central Power Plant 108.67 



53. University College Building 

Heat and Light $ 6,533.97 

Gas, $96.96; water, $132.16 229. 12 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 662.05 

Cleaning ($5,282.82): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 29. 15 

F. Borebank, overtime 11.00 

A. G. Keel, overtime 37.00 

\V. J. Scott, overtime 14.00 

White Window Cleaning Co 70 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 5,121 . 67 

Repairs and Renewals ($5,146.12): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades ' 40.69 

Fitzgerald — McAvoy Wire Goods, guards 43. 12 

John Kay Co. Ltd., carpet 15.83 

Laing Fine Art Galleries, cleaning and preserving portraits 40.00 

Janet Langmuir Studio, repairing shades 4.00 

A. Teolis Ltd., treating mantel piece 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $4,087.91; material, $904.57 4,992.48 

Caretaker, W. J. Scott, 12 mos 1,550.00 

Less Credits: 

Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 

Cleaning 

Repairs and renewals 

Caretaker's supplies 

Miscellaneous 



$ 3.873.06 







$19,404.08 


$6,533 


.97 






543. 


22 






227 


55 






96 


65 






19 


50 










7,420. 


89 







$ 11,983.19 



54. 184 College St. (transferred to "Administration") 

55. No. 43 St. George Street 

Light $ 76.43 

Fuel ($227.14): 

Halliday Bros , 226.84 

Superintendent's Dept., labour -30 

Gas, $22.81 ; water, $8.58 31 .39 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 49.73 

Cleaning, furnacemen, etc. ($575.18): 

Alien Mfg. Co.. laundry. 4.50 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 6. 50 

J. Harkness. 83 days 23.43 

D. Harrison, 137 days. 24.68 

Miss A. Tweedly, overtime 22 . 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 493.57 

Repairs and Renewals ($223.54): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 14.27 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $183.25; material, $26.02 209.27 

$ 1,183.41 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 81 



Less light charged to Central Power Plant $76,43 

Sundry Credits: cleaning 22 . 50 

T.F. Dominion Government Grant Radio Technicians 

Course No. 2, for gas 25 . 00 

T.F. Dominion Government Grant Navy Technical Class 

No. 3, for light $20.00; gas, $5.00; cleaning, $25.00; 

caretaker's supplies, $10.00 60.00 



183.93 



$ 999.48 



56. No. 45 St. George Street (Law) 

Light $ 46.64 

Fuel ($417.14): 

Halliday Bros 416.40 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1.54; material, .20 1.74 

Gas, $25.13; water, S8.10 33.23 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept. material 45.89 

Cleaning ($492.64): 

Co-operati\e Window Cleaning Service 6.50 

Mrs. M. Thomas, overtime 12.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 473.64 

Repairs and Renewals ($506.73) : 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 6.97 

Patterson and Heward, brass sign 37.80 

Superintendent's Dept. labour, $314.08; material, $147.88 461.96 

$ 1,542.27 

Less Itght charged to Central Power Plant $46.64 

Sundrv credits: cleaning 24.00 

70 . 64 



$ 1,471.63 



57, No. 47 St. George Street (Applied Mathematics) 

Fuel ($304.80): 

Halliday Bros.._ $ 304.26 

Superintendent's Dept., labour .54 

Electric Current $63.19; water, $8.00 71 . 19 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 41.28 

Cleaning, furnacemen, etc. ($391.15): 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 4.00 

J. Harkness, 83 davs - 23 . 43 

D. Harrison, 137 days 38 . 44 

E. G. Payne, overtime 7 . 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 317.78 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $269.-53, material, $54.08 323.61 

$ 1,132.03 

Less sundry credits: cleaning $19.50 

light 4.50 

24.00 



$ 1,108.03 
),278.70 



REPORT OF THE No. 12 



VII. FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

58. Salaries 

Administration 

\V. E. Gallic, Dean (paid also $10,000 as Professor of Surgery) $ 1,000.00 

E. S. Ryerson, Assistant Dean and Secretar>' of Faculty (paid also $500 
as Director of Physical and Health Education; $300 as Assistant 
Professor of Surgery; $360 in Dentistry, and $200 for Extension 

Work) , . 5,200.00 

Miss T. W. MacLaren, Secretary to the Dean (without salary — paid 

$1,500 in SurgeryO 

Assistants: 

Miss M. W. Jones 1,900.00 

Miss O. Russell 1,850.00 

Miss A. Perr>', Clerk 1,600.00 

Messenger: 

H. Saunders at $875; on war service 

R. Wilcox, 18 weeks, 1 day at $13 and $14 per week; transferred 

to Laboratory Assistants 232.65 

G. Hillis, 21 weeks, 4 days at $12.50 per week 270.87 

F. Noble, 5 weeks at $12.50 per week 62.50 

B. Armstrong, 3 weeks, 4 days at $12.50 per week 45.85 

A. Remillong, 3 weeks at $12.50 per week 37.50 

Hospital Theatre, Toronto General Hospital: 

Charles Hart, Attendant (paid also $16 for Post Graduate Course 

and $5 Overtime) 1,550.00 

J. Martin, Cloak Room Attendant, 40 weeks, 2 davs at $16.60. . . 669.53 



$ 14,418.90 



Anatomy 

Professors : 

J. C. B. Grant $ 7,000.00 

W. H. Piersol, at $5,100 of which half charged to Zoology 2,550.00 

J. C. Watt 5,000.00 

Associate Professors: 

H. A. Gates (paid also $500 in Physical and Health Education). . 4,050.00 

A. W. Ham (paid also $250 in Physical and Health Education) . . 4,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

R. K. George (paid also $46 for Summer Course in Anatomy, and 

$62.50 for Extension Work) 3,100.00 

C. G. Smith at $2,700 (including $200 paid by School of Nursing; 

paid also $106 for Summer Course) 2,700.00 

Assistants in Histology (Sessional): 

Dr. Katharine W. Baldwin 600 . 00 

H. D. Ball (paid also $250 in Physical and Health Education, and 

$75 for Extension Work) 500.00 

Miss V. L. Ryder 100.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Miss K. I. McMurrich (paid also $75 for Extension Work) 800.00 

R. G. MacKenzie (paid also $500 in Surger>') 600.00 

M.J. Wilson, X-ray Anatomy (paid also $400 in Physiology) 400.00 

F. J. Warner (paid also from Medical Research Best Fund) 400.00 

A. E. Montgomery, Dental Anatomy 350.00 

G. A. Graham, Neurology 250.00 

B. Wintrob, Neurology 130.00 

Dr. Margaret R. Abel (paid also $600 for Extension Work) 100.00 

Part-time Temporary Demonstrators: 

R. L. MacMillan 25.00 

D. M. Bean 25.00 

C. W. E. Howitt 15.00 

Mrs. E. H. Biggar . 10.00 

H. E. LeMasurier, Senior Technical Assistant, at $1,900; on war service 

— contribution to Pension Fund 52 . 25 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 83 



Technical Assistants: 

H. F. Whittaker (paid also $150 in Dentistry- and $10 in Anatomy 

Department) $1,200.00 

G. A. L. Ross 1,150.00 

Clerical Assistant: 

Miss G. Dowsley 1,300.00 

Mrs. Marion MacKinnon, substitute during absence of Miss Dows- 

ley, 1 mo., 4 days 113.20 

Laboratory Assistants: 

H. McCormick (paid also $10 for Post Graduate Course and $51.50 

for Overtime) 1,900.00 

C. Storton (also Assistant Curator of Museum) 1,400.00 

R. Wilcox, at $750 from 27 October (paid also $232.65 as Messenger) 512 . 10 

H. Lloyd, at $750; resigned 25 October (paid also $5 for Post 

Graduate Course) 237 . 90 



$40,570.45 
Less paid by School of Nursing 200 . 00 



$ 40,370.45- 



Bio-Chemistry 

Professors : 

H. Wasteneys $ 6,000.00 

A. M. Wynne 4,200.00 

Leslie Young, Associate Professor 3,700.00 

B. F. Crocker, Lecturer at $2,400; on war service from September . . . . 880.00 

Dr. Jeanne M. Fisher, Demonstrator (Sessional) 1,100.00 

Fellows (Sessional): 

Miss E. A. Macpherson (paid also $262.50 from Special Funds). . 1,050.00 

Jules Tuba (paid also $118.75 from Special Funds) 950.00 

A. D. Barton (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 800.00 

D. H. Laughland (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 800.00 

J. A. McCarter (paid also $100 from Special Funds) 800.00 

L. Sloan, Senior Technician 1,750.00 

Technicians: 

J. W. Fletcher 1,650.00 

J. H. McClary. 1,150.00 

Michael Edson, Technical Assistant 1,150.00 

Laboratory Assistants: 

W. Clough 1,100.00 

Mrs. Lucy Lumbard 1,050.00 

Mrs. Ethel Wilkie, Laboratory Attendant 900.00 

Miss M. Delamere, Secretarial Assistant 1,350.00 



$ 30,380.00 



Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 

D. T. Eraser, Professor; also Associate Director of .School of Hygiene, 

without Salary (paid also in Connaught Laboratories) $ 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

M. H. Brown, at $1,100; on war sers-ice (also in Connaught Labora- 
tories) T.L & A. A. contribution 55.08 

Dr. Frieda H. Eraser (paid also in Connaught Laboratories) 1,100.00 

P. J. Moloney (without -Salary — paid in Connaught Laboratories 

and $2,800 in School of Hygiene) 

F. O. Wishart, Assistant Professor (paid also $250 from Special Funds) 3,200.00 
Miss H. C. Plummer, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also in Connaught 

Laboratories) 500 . 00 

W. B. McClure, Special Lecturer (Sessional) 100.00 

R. J. Wilson, Fellow, at $1,000; resigned as of 31 May 916.66 



84 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

A. M. Goulding $ 500.00 

A. M. FalHs . 400.00 

R. Hare (paid also in Connaught Laboratories; $100 from Special 

Funds and §20 in School of Nursing) 400.00 

Miss C. M. Horner, Demonstrator, 2^2 mos. at S175 per month 437.50 

Miss G. Mickie, Class Assistant (paid also S250 from Special Funds). 1,000.00 
A. J. Bishop, Technician (paid also in Connaught Laboratories and $400 

from Special Funds) . 800.00 

Miss F. E. Neill. Laboratory Assistant (paid also $150 from Special 

Funds) 600.00 

Secretarial Assistant at $1,200: 

Miss E. Barr: on war service from February 908.25 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. McNeily, 4 mos 400.00 

$15,817.49 

Less transferred from Department 25.00 

$ 15,792.49 



Medical Jurisprudence 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

W. L. Robinson (paid also in Patho!og^' and Bacteriology') $ 125.00 

S. Lawson .' 100.00 

K. G. Gray, on war service 

$ 225.00 



Medicine and Clinical Medicine 

Duncan Graham, Professor $10,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

R. F. Farquharson, at $2,000 of which half charged to Therapeutics 1 ,000 . 00 

W. F. McPhedran, half-time (paid also $125 from Special Funds) 500.00 
Part time: 

H. K. Detweiler (paid also $15 in School of Nursing and $75 

from Special Funds) 300 . 00 

G. \V. Howland (paid also $180 for Extension Work and $75 

from Special Funds) 300.00 

J. D. Loudon (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

J. A. Oille (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

E. J. Trow, in charge of Dermatology' (paid also $75 from 

Special Funds) 300.00 

Associates: 

W. R. Campbell 2,000.00 

Half time: 

Trevor Owen (^paid also $115 in School of Nursing and $125 

from Special Funds) 500.00 

\V. P. Warner at $500; on war service 

Part time: 

R. G. Armour (paid also $50 for Extension Work and $65 from 

Special Funds) 250 . 00 

J. H. Elliott (paid also $700 as Professor of History of Medi- 
cine; $30 for Extension Work; $40 in School of Nursing 
and $65 from Special Funds) 250 . 00 

Beverley Hannah (paid also in Connaught Laboratories; $90 

in School of Nursing and $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

J. Hepburn (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

F. W. Rolph (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

A. A. Fletcher (on leave of absence without salan,') 

J. A. Dauphinee, Senior Demonstrator in Clinical Microscopy (Sessional 

— without salary; also Junior Demonstrator) on war service 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



85 



Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 
Half time: 

G. \V. Lougheed (paid also $125 from Special Funds) . 



S500.00 



H. H. Hyland, on war service. 
Part time: 

G. Bates (paid also S20 in School of Nursing and $60 from 

Special Funds) 

F. Boyer (paid also $17 for Course in Industrial Medicine 

and $60 from Special Funds) 

A. Broughton (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 

E. Cleaver (paid also $17 for Course in Industrial Medicine 

and $60 from Special Funds) 

A. Dixon (paid also $17 for Course in Industrial Medicine: 
$25 in School of Nursing and $60 from Special Funds) . . 
J. G. Falconer (paid also $240 in School of Nursing and $60 
from Special Funds; also Special Lecturer in Life Insur- 
ance without salary) 

J. H. McPhedran (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 

E. J. Maltby (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 

\V. E. Ogden (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 

Junior Demonstrators in Clinical Microscopy (Sessional): 

H. M. Gray (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 

A. H. Squires (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 
Full time: 

R. A. Cleghorn 

J . Wallace Graham 

J. Allan Walters (for duration of war) 

On War Service: 

R. B. Kerr at $2,400 

J. C. Richardson at $2,400 

J. A. Dauphinee at $2,400 (also Senior Demonstrator in 

Clinical Microscopy) 

Ian Macdonald, half-time, at $500: on war service 

Part time: 

E. F. Brooks (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 



F. C. Hamilton (paid also $40 from Special Funds). . . 
L. M. Murray (paid also $40 from Special Funds). . . . 

A. E. Parks (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 

D. J. Prendergast (paid also $40 from Special Funds). 
N. M. Wrong (paid also $40 from Special Funds) . . . . 
On War Service at $150: 

W. H . Brown 

A. R. Hagerman 



Temporary for duration of war: 

C. R. Burton 

T. A. Crowther 

K.J. R. W'ightman, Fellow (Sessional) 

Research Assistants: 

Miss M. I. Hanna 

N. W. Simmons 

R. H. Wilson, Laboratory Attendant at $780; on war service. 
Miss S. H. Clutton, Secretarv 



200 . 00 

200 . 00 
200 . 00 

200.00 

200.00 



200 . 00 
200 . 00 
200.00 
200.00 



250.00 
150.00 



3,000. 


00 


1,500 


00 


2,400 


00 


150 


.00 


150 


.00 


150 


,00 


150 


.00 


150 


.00 


150 


.00 


150 


.00 


150 


.00 


1,000 


.00 


" 1,440 


.00 


1,200. 


00 


1.560 


00 





— $ 32,750.00 



Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

William A. Scott, Professor (paid also $10 in School of Nursing) $ 5,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

N. D. Frawley (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

H. B. Van Wyck (paid also $15 in School of Nursing and $75 from 

Special Funds) 300 . 00 



86 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

R. W. Wesley (paid also $75 from Special Funds.) $ 300.00 

W. G. Cosbie (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

D. M. Low, Associate (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

W. A. Dafoe (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

S. J. N. Magwood (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

L. T. A. Armstrong (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

J. C. Goodwin (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

H. W. Johnston (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

John Mann (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

F. P. Mclnnis 150.00 

H. K. Manning (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

W. H. Murby (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

F. J. O'Leary (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

A. Purdy (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

G. L. Watt (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

On War Service: 

D. E. Cannell 

R. B. Meiklejohn 

W. T. Noonan 

M. C. Watson 

Fellows (Sessional): 

G. A. Hendry at $1,500; on war service 

D. N. Henderson (part-time; also in Pathology and Bacteriology) 500.00 

J. R. McArthur (part-time) 500.00 

Miss M. Bonham, Laboratory Technician 1,100.00 

Secretary, at $900: 

Miss H. Carson; on war service; contribution to Pension Fund. . 27.00 

Miss L. VanderHoorn 900.00 

$ 11,377.00 



Ophthalmology 

W. W. Wright, Professor (paid also $17 for Course in Industrial 

Medicine) $ 700.00 

Associates: 

F. A. Aylesworth (paid also $60 from Special Funds) . 200.00 

C. E. Hill (paid also $10 in School of Nursing and $60 from Special 

Funds) 200.00 

Mortimer Lyon (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

A. E. Macdonald (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

H. M. Macrae (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

L. J. Sebert (without salary) 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

J. F. A. Johnston (paid also $20 in School of Nursing and $60 from 

Special Funds) 200.00 

W. R. F. Luke (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

A. L. Morgan (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

T. H. Hodgson, Assistant (Sessional; paid also $85 from Special Funds) 700.00 

Miss M. E. Gray, Secretarial Assistant, at $1,000, of which half charged 

to Oto-Laryngology 500 . 00 



Oto-Laryngology 

A. A. Campbell, Professor $ 700.00 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

H. H. Burnham (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

J. X. Robert (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

A. H. Veitch (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

D. E. S. Wishart (paid also $15 in School of Nursing and $60 from 

Special Funds) 200.00 

C. A. Rae, at $200; on war service 



$ 3,500.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 87 



Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

G. A. Fee (paid also $10 in School of Nursing and $40 from Special 

Funds) $ 150.00 

A. M. McLeod (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

G. W. McGregor (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

G. C. Snell (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

J. Grant Strachan (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

J. A. Sullivan (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

On War Service: 

P. E. Ireland, at $500 

H. W. D. McCart, at $150 

Miss M. E. Gray, Technician (half-time; paid also in Ophthalmology) 500.00 



$ 2,900.00 



Paediatrics 

Alan Brown, Professor (paid also $90 in School of Nursing) $ 700.00 

Assistant Professors: 

F. F. Tisdall, also Director of Research Laboratories 2,000.00 

E. A. Morgan (paid also $100 from Special Funds) 400.00 

A. W. Canf\eld (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

T. G. H. Drake, Associate 2,000.00 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional) : 

A. P. Hart (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

G. E. Smith (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

W. W. Barraclough (paid also $40 from Special Funds) 150.00 

Dr. Gladys L. Boyd 500.00 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

J. D. Keith (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

N. Silverthorne (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

C. E. Snelling (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

J. H. Ebbs (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

W. A. Hawlce (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

J. F. McCreary (without salary; paid $25.50 for Course in Indus- 
trial Medicine) 

On War Service: 

A. L. Chute at $300 

J. R. Ross at $200 

Dr. Elizabeth Chant Robertson, Research Fellow (Sessional; paid also 

$60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

S. H. Jackson, Research Assistant in Chemistry (Sessional) 900.00 

Technicians in Research Laboratories (Sessional): 

Miss M. E. Doyle 200.00 

Miss W. M. Johnstone, without salary 

Miss E. Shatruk, without salary 

Miss M. L. Cassidy, Secretarial Assistant 500.00 



Pathological Chemistry 

Andrew Hunter, Professor $ 7,000 .00 

T. F. Nicholson, Associate Professor 3,750.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. W. I. Urquhart, at $750; on war service to April (paid also as 

Director of Health Service) 235.00 

D. L. Selby (paid also $250 from Special Funds) 1,000.00 

Fellows (Sessional): 

A. G. Gornall (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 1,200.00 

C. S. McArthur (paid also $800 from Medical Research Banting 

Fund and $200 from Special Funds) 800.00 



$ 9,500.00 



88 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Demonstrators (Sessional): 

D. H. Boddington (paid also $135 from Special Funds) $ 500.00 

J. S. Wilson (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 250.00 

G. P. Hamblin. Assistant (Sessional) 250.00 

C. E. Downs, Technician 1,650.00 

C. H. Downs, Laboratory' Assistant 1,200.00 

Laboratory- Attendants: 

Mrs. J. Faulds 750.00 

Mrs. C. MacCallum (paid also in Organic Chemistry') 350.00 

Miss C. A. Shannon. Secretary' 1,200.00 



$ 20,135.00 



Pathology and Bacteriology 

Professors: 

William Boyd (paid also $10 in School of Nursing) $ 8,000.00 

W. L. Holman 5.000.00 

W. L. Robinson, also Associate Director of Applied Bacteriology 2,200.00 

Assistant Professors: 

W. Magner .' 300. 00 

L H. Erb 300.00 

G. Shanks , • -. 300.00 

D. N. Henderson, Associate, Gynaecological Pathology (paid in Ob- 
stetrics and Gynaecology) 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

P. H. Greey, Bacteriologv (paid also $40.50 for Post Graduate 

Courses) '. 1,800.00 

Dr. R. Margarite Price. Bacteriology and Serology 3,000.00 

D. E. O. Magner, at $1,700; on war service; 10 mos. contribution to 

T.I. & A. A 70.90 

L. S. Joliffe. substitute for D. E. O. Magner, 6 mos., 1 week, at 

$1,800; resigned 933.86 

Fellows (Sessional): 

J. W. Stevenson : 1,200.00 

Mrs. Alice E. Gray 1,000.00 

C. E. Lindenfield 850.00 

E. C. Evans, 22 December to 28 February 197.42 

Dr. Sara Dubo, 2 days 4.72 

Demonstrators in Pathology (Sessional): 

S. M. Hudecki (paid also from Special Funds) 600.00 

F. P. Mclnnis (paid also $150 in Obstetrics and Gynaecology). . . 130.00 
Dr. Mary I. Tom (paid also as Lecturer in Neuropathology). ... 80.00 

O. C. Macintosh 70.00 

Dr. Helen Holden 60.00 

Dr. Ethel M. Morgan 60.00 

• 
Demonstrators in Bacteriology (Sessional): 

Dr. Margaret S. Thompson 100.00 

E. J. Clifford, without salary 

Assistants in Laboratory: 

Miss N. W. Simpson 1,500.00 

Miss H. M. Boyd. Bacteriology 1,100.00 

Special Technician: 

Miss A. Alvev 1,200.00 

Miss M. Kirk, 1 month 70.00 

Miss C. M. Westlake, Technician 1,020.00 

Attendants for preparing Media: 

Miss E. A. Gordon, Senior Technician, Bacteriology 1,200.00 

Attendant, Bacteriology: 

Miss M. Jackson, at $840; resigned 15 September 175.00 

Miss D. Nunn, from 15 September, at $55 and $60 per month 561 .83 

Laboratory Attendant in Bacteriology: 

K. Hayden, at $600; resigned 19 January 330.65 

R. Gale, from 2 February, at $50 and $55 per month 265.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 89 

Miss G. K. R. Boyd, Secretan,- S 1,260.00 

Miss \'. L. McKinnon, Museum Secretary 1.260.00 

Miss H. J. Williamson, Librarian and Assistant Secretar^^ 1,020.00 

J. F. Payne, Preparator 1,800.00 

Mrs. Erna MacXeill. Junior Attendant in Museum 650.00 

Miss M. Wightman, Autopsy Recorder 960.00 

Autopsy Technician: 

Mrs. G. F. Schrieber, at $960; resigned 31 August 160.40 

Miss J. C. Burk, 2 mos. at S70. 8 mos. at $75 740.00 

$41,529.78 
Division of Neuropathology: 

E. A. Linell. Professor S 4,500.00 

Dr. Marv I. Tom, Lecturer (paid also as Demonstrator in 

Pathology) 2,000.00 

Technicians: 

Miss M. G. Hein. . 1,140.00 

Miss H. Rogers, Medicine and Surgery 1,020.00 

Miss C. A. Bell, Secretary 1,200.00 

$ 51,389.78 



Pharmacy and Pharmacology 

V. E. Henderson, Professor S 6,000.00 

G. H. \V. Lucas, Associate Professor 4,000.00 

J. K. \V. Ferguson, Assistant Professor at $3,600; on war service; con- 
tribution to T.L & A. A 180.00 

Fellows (Sessional): 

D. D. Bonnycastle, at $1,500; resigned 31 March 1,125.00 

Mrs. M. M. O. Sweeten 1,500.00 

Allan Brock, Technical Assistant 2.200.00 

A. C. Morrison, Technician, at $1,100; on war service from June. 1941 119.40 

Chester Codner, Laboratory- Attendant, at $1,300; resigned 16 May. . 1,139.24 

Cleaners: 

Mrs. Elsie Long, 44 weeks, 2 days at $13 per week 576.33 

Walter Benson, 5 weeks, 2 days at $75 per month 90.00 

Miss D. Caldecott, Clerical Assistant 550.00 



$ 17,479.97 



Physiology 

Professors : 

C. H. Best (paid also $5,000 from Medical Research Banting Fund) $ 6,000.00 
N. B. Taylor 4,800 . 00 

Associate Professors: 

D. V. Solandt (paid also $650 in School of Hvgiene and $400 from 

Medical Research Best Fund) ' 3,700.00 

E. T. Waters, at $3,300; on war service from November 1,732.50 

J. Campbell, Assistant Professor, at $1,500 (paid also from Medical 

Research Best Fund) on war service from November 750.00 

E. H. Botterell, Lecturer (Sessional, at $1,500; also in Surgery) on war 

service; contribution to T.L & A. A 75.00 

E. Fidlar, Lecturer and Research Associate (Sessional; paid also $300 

from Medical Research Best Fund and $450 for E.xtension Work) 2,100.00 

Research Associates: 

W. G. E. Eggleton (paid also from Medical Research Best Fund 

and from Special Funds) 5 mos. at $2,400 1,000.00 

On War Service: 

A. L. Chute, at $1,500 (also in Paediatrics) 

J. Markowitz, at $200 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Research Assistants: 

L. B. Jaques (paid also in Connaught Laboratories and from 

Special Funds) $ 1,200.00 

Mrs. Margaret T. C. Mitford 1,200.00 

Gracent Eidt, transferred from Medical Research Best Fund; at 

SI, 500 from 1 February 625.00 

M.J. Wilson (4 mos; paid also $400 in Anatomy) 400.00 

Miss M. L. Hawxhurst, at $90 per month from 13 March to 30 June 325. 15 

Fellows (Sessional): 

J. W. Dales 1,000.00 

Miss R. B. Durick, 2 mos. at $65; transferred to Special Funds. . 130.00 

Miss M. Cor>', Departmental Librarian 1,250,00 

Miss D. Secord, Secretarial Assistant (paid also $150 from Medical 

Research Best Fund) 1,250.00 

F. L. Robinson, Technical Assistant and Glass Blower (paid also $500 

from Medical Research Best Fund) 2,000.00 

A. Elliott. Mechanician 1,850.00 

Technical Assistants: 

J. D. Brown, Geo-Physics 1,500.00 

Mrs. J. M. D. Williamson, 9 mos. at $780 (transferred from Medi- 
cal Research Best Fund) 585.00 

D. A. Stainsby, at S670 (paid also from Medical Research Best 

Fund) resigned 7 January 347 . 60 

G. Scattergood, Laboratory Assistant to Teaching Laboratories at 

$1,350; on war service; contribution to Pension Fund 34.40 

Animal Caretaker: 

G. L. Robinson, at $1,350; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 33 . 75 

S. McCracken, at $1,040; on war service 

T. W. Kober, temporary- 900.00 

Assistant Animal Caretaker: 

A. D. Crouch, at $1,100; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund. .. 30.25 

J. D. Illingworth, temporar>- 885.00 



$ 35,703.65 



Psychiatry 

C. B. Farrar, Professor $ 5,000.00 

E. P. Lewis, Assistant Professor (paid also $10 in School of Nursing and 

$135 from Special Funds) 500 . 00 

Dr. Mary V. Jackson, Associate (paid also $60 from Special Funds). . 250.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

G. W. Anderson (paid also in Psvchologv) 150.00 

Dr. Ruth M. Franks (paid also $200 for Extension Work) 150.00 

G. H. Lugsdin (paid also $30 from Special Funds) 150.00 

B. T. McGhie 150.00 

J. E. Sharpe. at $150: on war service 



$ 6,350.00 



Radiology 

G. E. Richards, Professor 

A. C. Singleton, Assistant Professor, at $250; on war service. 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

M. R. Hall (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 

A. H. Rolph (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 

J. Sommers (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 

C. L. Ash, Assistant (part-time; Sessional) 

J. F. Hinds, Research Assistant (Sessional) 



$ 700.00 



200.00 
200 . 00 
200.00 
500.00 
750.00 



$ 2,550.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



91 



Special Lectures 

Professor J. H. Elliott, History of Medicine (paid also $250 in Depart- 
ment of Medicine; $40 in School of Nursing and $30 for Extension 
Work) 

Special Lecturers (Sessional) : 
Science and Civilization : 

A. F. Coventry (paid also in Zoology, Faculty of Arts) 

H. Wasteneys (paid also in Bio-Chemistry) 

Dentistry: 

A. D. A. Mason (paid also in Faculty of Dentistry and School 
of Nursing) 

D. M. Tanner (also in Faculty of Dentistry) on war service. . 
G. S. Young, Medical Ethics and Economics, without salary. . . . 



$ 700.00 



200.00 
200.00 



100.00 



$ 1,200.00 



Surgery and Clinical Surgery 

W. E. Gallic, Professor (paid also as Dean) $10,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

T. A. J. DufT (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

R. R. Graham (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

R. I. Harris (paid also $34 for Course in Industrial Medicine and 

$75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

K. G. McKenzie (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

Robin Pearse (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

D. E. Robertson (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

E. S. Ryerson (paid also as Assistant Dean and Secretary and $75 

from Special Funds) 300 . 00 

N. S. Shenstone (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

G. E. Wilson (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

H. W. Wookey (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

Associates : 

G. S. Foulds (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

R. E. Gaby (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

A. B. LeMesurier (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

R. J. A. McComb (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

C. B. Parker (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

T. A. Robinson (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

R. H. Thomas (paid also $65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

J. W. Ross; on war service 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

(All except N. W. Roome paid also $60 from Special Funds) 

J. H. Couch (paid also $25.50 for Course in Industrial Medicine 

and $20 in School of Nursing) 200.00 

C. R. B. Crompton 200.00 

C. W. Harris 200 . 00 

R. M. Janes 200.00 

J. C. McClelland 200.00 

J. L. McDonald 200.00 

J. Spence Reid 200.00 

N. W. Roorne ' 200 . 00 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

(Each paid also $40 from Special Funds) 

H. G. Armstrong 150.00 

W. G. Carscadden 150 . 00 

J. T. Danis 150.00 

A. W. Farmer (paid also $25.50 for Course in Industrial Medicine) 150.00 

W. S. Keith 1.50.00 

F. I. Lewis (paid also $20 for Extension Work) ....'. 150.00 

D. R. Mitchell 150 00 

D. W. G. Murray , 150.00 

D. W. Pratt 1.50.00 

E. E. Shouldice 150.00 

W. K. Welsh 150 . 00 

R. M. Wansbrough, at $150; on war service to 13 April 50.00 



92 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Special Demonstrators (Temporary) : 

(Each paid also $40 from Special Funds) 

M. H. V. Cameron $ 150.00 

F. Burns Plewes 150.00 

Wallace A. Scott 150 . 00 

W. D. Smith 150.00 

G. W. Carrow 50.00 

H. F. Robertson 50.00 

Junior Demonstrators, at S150; on war service: 

T. \V. Brennan 

S. D. Gordon 

J. A. MacFarlane 

T. R. Sarjeant 

C. H. Watson 

A. W. M. White 

Fellows (Sessional): 

Dr. Jessie C. Gray 1,800.00 

S. A. Thompson (paid also $40 for Extension Work and $15 for 

Post Graduate Course) 1,000.00 

R. C. Laird (paid also $175 from Special Funds) 700.00 

R. G. MacKenzie (paid also $600 in Anatomy) 500.00 

F. R. Wilkinson, at $1,000; on war service from December 583.33 

E. H. Botterell, at $1,500 (also in Phvsiologj) on war service; 

contribution to T.I. & A.A ' 75.00 

Resident Fellows (Sessional); 

W. L. M. King (paid also $10 for Post Graduate Course and $100 

from Special Funds) 400 . 00 

A. D. McLachlin (paid also $20 for Post Graduate Course and $100 

from Special Funds) 400 . 00 

C. W. M. Service (paid also $20 for Post Graduate Course and $100 

from Special Funds) 400 . 00 

Assistant Resident Fellows (Sessional); 

G. E. Cooper 300.00 

N. C. Delarue 300.00 

G. A. Lane 300.00 

D. B. MacLaren 300.00 

A. Bailey Powell 300.00 

T. C. C. Sodero 300.00 

W. D. Stevenson 300.00 

H. J. Sullivan 300.00 

C. P. McCormick, from 1 November to 30 June at $300 200.00 

W. A. Shandro, from 1 December to 30 June at $300 175.00 

On War Service at $300; 

E. G. Meyer, from January 200.00 

P. F. McGoey, from December 175.00 

G. E. P. Wilson, from December 175.00 

J. R. Francis, from November 150.00 

W. T. Mustard, from October 125.00 

J. E. Bateman, from June, 1941 25.00 

J. de L. Bourgeois 

F. P. Dewar 

Miss T. W. MacLaren, Secretary (also Secretary to the Dean) 1,500.00 

$ 29,733.33 



Therapeutics 

R. F. Farquharson, Assistant Professor, also Head of Department 

(paid also in Department of Medicine) $ 1,000.00 

Associates; 

H. J. Shields, in charge of Anaesthesia (paid also $65 from Special 

Funds) 250.00 

W. J. Gardiner, in charge of Physical Therapy (paid also $500 for 

Extension Work and $100 from Special Funds) 400.00 

C. E. Cooper Cole, Senior Demonstrator (Sessional; paid also $60 from 

Special Funds) 200.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 93 



Junior Demonstrators in Anaesthesia (Sessional): 
(Each paid also $40 from Special Funds) 

G. R. Balfour 

W. E. Brown 

C. G. Bryan 

J. Chassels 

N. S. Clark 

S. J. Evelyn 

H . R. Hargra ve 

K. M. Heard 

K. E. Hollis 

C. H. Robson 

A. R. Wilkins 

S. M. Campbell; on war ser\-ice 

Miss F. R. Hills. Assistant in Physical Therapy (paid also $1,650 for 

Extension Work) ' 300.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

D. B. Kelley 50.00 

H. E. Pugsley 50.00 

H. B. Wallis 50.00 

Secretary (Part-time at $420) : 

Miss B. M. Calvin: resigned 31 January 245.00 

Mrs. Jean L. Reid, from 1 March 140.00 



150 


.00 


150 


00 


150 


.00 


150 


.00 


150 


00 


150 


00 


150 


00 


150, 


00 


150. 


00 


150 


00 


150. 


00 



Less charged to: 

Rockefeller Fund $48,358.04 

Eaton Endowment 16,749.99 



$65,108.03 



$ 4,335.00 
$330,090.57 



$264,982.54 



59. Anatomy 

Anatomical Material ($2,673.01): 

E. E. Bolton, subjects $ 180.00 

Cambridge Rubber Ltd., vultex, moulage 29.36 

Canada Packers, ox eyes 6 . 75 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol, alcohol 154.80 

Joseph Gatensby, brains 44 . 00 

C. Hunt, brains'. 50 . 00 

Imperial Trunk & Leather Co., webb straps 13.25 

Ingram & Bell, skeletons 150.00 

J. A. Jerrett, subject 30.00 

Lever Bros., glycerine 111.68 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, carbolic acid 88.96 

F. W. Matthews Co., subjects 1,541.40 

Pullen Wipers & Waste Co., white waste 46.21 

Queen's University Department of Anatomy, limbs 60.00 

Harry R. Ranks, subjects 90 . 00 

C. A. Sterrett, subjects 30 . 00 

W. J. Ward, subject 30.00 

H. K. Whittaker, camera 16.60 

General supplies, Equipment, and Incidentals ($1,883.40): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry. . 106.02 

Miss A. A. Alvey, photomicrographs 28. 25 

American Journal of Pathology, reprints 43.41 

American Medical Association, reprints 14.99 

Art Metropole, mounting board, etc 59.33 

Central Scientific Co., slides, bottles, etc 92 . 86 

Eastman Photo Stores, film, paper, plates 136.98 

T. Eaton Co., cotton, oilcloth, towelling •. 63.67 

Geo. Eidt, microtrome stakes 10.00 

Dr. J. C. B. Grant, models for life class 73.50 

B. L. Guyatt, construction of training box 36.00 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., cover glasses, cover slips, etc 233.44 



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No. 12 



Lockhart Camera Exchange, projector $ 24. 50 

Loomis & Goles, pencils 13 . 05 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 44. 80 

Photographic Service, prints 23. 10 

Postage 18.00 

E. Pullan Wipers & Waste, waste 26. 52 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 117.90 

Stephens Sales Ltd., coupons 85 . 36 

Charles E. Storton, photograph enlargements ~ . . . . 15.00 

Harrv- Whittaker, assistant, prepare slides 75.00 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy & Biology, card service, reprints. . . 56.44 

Universitv Press, perforating sheets, stationerv 235 68 

Accounts under SIO.OO (12) .' 73.63 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Hardware, S16.79; stationery, $45.19; supplies, S28.02; post- 
age, SIO.OO 100.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $21.24; labour, $61.85; material, 

•S192.88 275.97 

$ 4,756.41 

Less Sundry- Credits and Sale of material 239.04 



$ 4,517.37 



60. Biochemistry (including Zymology) 



Supplies and apparatus ($4,147.66): 

Acme Farmers Dairy, milk $ 98 . 98 

Aikenhead Hardware, brass rod, etc 1 1 . 53 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 33.43 

Borden Co., ice, milk powder, etc 67.61 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 154 . 21 

Canada Packers, ox blood 20 . 79 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, pipettes, chemicals, etc 1,107.52 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., rent of cylinders, etc 42.28 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, etc 660.94 

Corbett Cowley Co., lab. costs 64. 45 

Dominion Glass Co., jars 20.00 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 66.73 

T. Eaton Co., animal feed, etc 157 . 64 

Grand & Toy, fasteners, staples 14 . 60 

J. F. Hartz Co., sutures, scissors, forceps 25.77 

Halliday Flint Glass Works, test tubes 59.30 

F. Jennings, sawdust 10.00 

Journal of Biological Chemistry, subscription 27.61 

Mead Johnson & Co., veast powders 15.93 

Merck & Co., chemicals 321 . 14 

Mimeograph Co., stencil papers 18.90 

Pfanstiehl Chemical Co., maltose D-Xylose 31 .28 

Photographic Service, plates 16. 10 

Postage : 10.00 

Quinte Milk Products, casein 48. 23 

Toronto Elevators Ltd., ground flax 46.40 

Waverley Press, reprints 11.41 

Wholesale Radios Ltd., batteries 14.05 

Zoology Dept., chemicals 66.58 

Universitv Press, text books, stationery, etc 172.87 

Accounts'under SIO.OO (14) 44. 18 

Sundrv Disbursements by Dept., supplies, $28.59; hardware, 

Si8.25; postage, S3.58 50.42 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $8.97; labour, S93.30; material, 

S526.44; telephone, S8.07 636.78 

Special Appropriation for Alteration to Lab. Benches: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $589.53; material, $287.60 877.13 

$ 5,024.79 

Less credits: sale of material 252.08 



$ 4,772.71 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



95 



61. Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 

• 
Supplies and Apparatus ($2,446.49): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son. shades $ 30.95 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, pipettes 51 . 79 

Canadian Tuberculosis Association, film 28.00 

Central Scientific Co.. acid 102 . 12 

Connaught Laboratories, toxin, cheese cloth, etc 648.99 

J. W. Garlock Co., stapler, staples 13.25 

Gray Coach Line, hire of buses 40 . 00 

J. F. Hartz Co., tubing, syringes, etc 72 . 25 

Ingram & Bell, methyl alcohol, racks for jars 12 . 65 

Mrs. McXeilly, stenographic service 25.00 

Mimeograph Co., paper, ink, etc 78.95 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., filing cabinet guides 16.64 

Ontario Laundry Co., laundry 56.21 

Postage 16 . 00 

Richards Glass Co., culture tubes 19.00 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbon, new parts 10.30 

Ryerson Press, microphones and stand 86.35 

Dr. F. O. Wishart, travelling e.xpenses 61 . 37 

University Press, carbon, folders, etc 827. 19 

Accounts under $10.00 (11) 43.28 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery, etc., S7.00; supplies, $8.00 15.00 

Superintendent's Dept.. freight, $1.19; labour, $121.65; material, 

$66.73; tax, $1.63 191.20 

Cleaner, Mrs. Ada Hall, 280 days 716.27 

$ 3.162.76 

Less credits; sale of notes, etc 277. 50 



$ 2,885 . 26 



52. Medical Jurisprudence 

(Nothing Spent) 



63. Medicine 

Supplies and Chemicals ($732.70): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 

Canada Packers, meat 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, filter paper, chemicals 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals 

Christie, Brown & Co., biscuits 

Connaught Laboratories, chemicals 

William Dornan, engraving 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 

Ingram & Bell, chemicals, emery paper 

Postage 

Charles Thomas, reprints 

Wayside Press, reprints 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 

Sundry disbursements by department 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $41.08; labour, $ .19; material, 
$52.60 

Apparatus ($55.63): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., glassware 

Photographic Service, photostats 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection with ribbons 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $8.45; material, $1.46 



22.00 
11.85 
53.79 
53.05 
13.50 
24.88 
10.49 
16.00 
42.04 
23.19 
157.44 
67.20 
13.96 
35.70 
63.08 
10.66 

20.00 
93.87 



13.49 
10.50 
11.10 
10.63 
9.91 



96 . REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Books and Periodicals ($658.84): 

McAinsh & <^o., subscription $ 16 . 20 

Thos. Nelson & Sons, renewal pages 16.28 

University Press, printing, stationery 626.36 

Laboratory Cleaning: 

Miss E. Bailey. 52 weeks 328.65 

$ 1,775.82 

Less credits: sale of materials 8.51 

(Charged to Eaton Endowment) $ 1,767.31 

64. Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

Supplies and apparatus: 

J. F. Hartz Co., anatomical pelvis $ 42.50 

Postage 8.00 

Dr. W. A. Scott, petty cash 7 . 73 

University Press, stamps, stencil, envelopes 42. 11 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 28. 83 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $3.85; material, $ .75 4.60 



$ 


185.45 




12.00 




38.00 




21.26 




2.46 



65. Ophthalmology 

Supplies and apparatus: 

Eastman Photographic Service, films, flash bulbs, etc. . . 

J. F. Hartz Co., chart of eye 

McAinsh & Co., text books 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 



66. Oto-Laryngology 

Supplies and apparatus: 

Central Scientific Co., slide boxes $ 10.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 13.96 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 21 . 47 



67. Paediatrics 

Supplies and chemicals ($918.06): 

Borden Co., casein $ 46.20 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 57.43 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, chemicals, etc 195.39 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 28.25 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals 169 . 82 

Johns Hopkins Press, reprints 12 . 38 

Merck & Co., chemicals 55. 12 

Postage 28.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 26.59 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biolog>', reprints 35.62 

Sundrv disbursements by department 20 . 00 

Accounts under $10.00 (7) 44.62 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $38.99; material, $159.65 198.64 

Apparatus ($444.08): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, chemicals 132.28 

Central Scientific Co., apparatus 284.69 

Platz and Bauer Inc. cuvettes 8.22 

Rubicon Co., calorimeter cell and holder, test tubes 18.89 

(Charged to Eaton Endowment) $ 1,362. 14 



133.77 



$ 259.17 



45.43 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 97 



68. Pathological Chemistry 

Supplies and apparatus: 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry. $ 58.02 

Wni. Bartlett & Son, Venetian blinds 16.50 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 133.93 

Cambridge University Press, reprints 17.82 

Central Scientific Co.. glassware, syringe, needles, etc 111.21 

Connaught Laboratories, rats 20.00 

Corning Glass Works, centrifuge tubes 24.68 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 68. 10 

Eastman Photographic Stores, chemicals 11 . 19 

Frigidaire Division, General Motors, service 37.99 

Office Specialty Co., chair, desk 81 . 75 

Pathological Dept., reprints 14.43 

Pfanstiehl Chemical Co., chemicals 34.91 

Postage 11.00 

Roneo Co.. of Canada, duplicating, binding 207.52 

Sanborn Co., refills, polarographs 284.02 

Arthur H. Thomas, centrifuge 25.67 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, typewriter, $161.40, less turn in allow- 
ance on used typewriter, $10.00 151 .40 

Universitv Press, paper, stationery 87.52 

Accounts'under $10.00 (7) 28.38 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationerv', $5.64; hardware, $2.52; postage, $12.87; supplies, 

$53.97 75.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $47.09; labour, $8.44; material, 

$68.81 124.34 



$ 1,625.38 
Less Credits: Laboratory deposits 127.21 



$ 1,498.17 



69. Pathology and Bacteriology 

Supplies and apparatus ($4,233.19): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry $ 171.85 

American Medical Association, subscription, reprints 26.89 

American Tvpe Culture, cultures 13.30 

Bauer & Black Ltd., cotton 69 . 30 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., eyepiece 15.00 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 48.22 

British Zylonite Co., bescord 34.45 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 18.00 

Canadian National Carbon Co.. carbons 11.23 

Cavanaugh Printing Co., reprints 32.44 

Central Scientific Co., dyes, microtome knives 137.08 

Corbett-Cowlev Ltd., laboratorv coats 90.64 

L. J. Crapley, frigidaire ' 200.00 

Cullen & Sons, animals 79 . 60 

Diamond Cleanser & Soap Co., soap 39.59 

Dictaphone Corporation Ltd.. dictaphone, transcriber 494.50 

W. J. Dorman. reprints 13.46 

Eastman Photographic Stores, timers, films, plates .262.41 

Frigidaire Division, inspection 18.95 

Gold Medal Meat. eggs, meat 109.21 

J. F. Hartz Co., cover glasses, chemicals, etc 277.42 

Imperial Oil Ltd.. parowax 23.88 

Ingram & Bell, luer needles, thermometer, etc 314. 17 

Kilgour's Ltd.. wrapping paper 44.85 

H. K. Lewis & Co., te.xt book 13.65 

McCallum Scale Service, overscale 19.50 

Medical Agency of Canada, mimeographing notes, binding 218.20 

Mimeograph Co., stencil paper, ink, etc 15.96 

C. V. Mosby Co.. reprints 21 .70 

National Butcher Supplies, slicing machine 213.75 

Postage 49.00 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections 36.50 

H. L. \'icker>', overtime service 11 ,00 



98 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

University Press, stationery, book, binding $ 356.90 

Accounts under $10.00 (20) 83.02 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery and drugs, $22.00; Hardware, $20.00; sundries, 

$38.00 80.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $20.00; labour, $177.43; material, 

$370.14 567.57 

Museum Supplies ($492.97): 

Brown Bros. Ltd., bias binding 23.76 

F. Carrington, slide cabinet, table 147.96 

J. F. Hartz Co., chemicals, cellulose tape 70.07 

Queen City Glass Co., plates. 93.87 

A. R. Williams Machinery Co., overhaul and repair band saw. . . 20.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 15.88 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $89.68; material, $31.75 121 .43 

Clerical Assistance ($220.00): 

Miss G. Banks 150.00 

Miss Esme Lytle 70 . 00 

Alterations in Museum: 

Superintendent's Dept., Labour, $190.05; material, $97.74 287.79 

Neuropathology ($579.12): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry .* 31 .33 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory coats 12.95 

T. Eaton Co., towelling, towels 23.41 

J. F. Hartz Co., rubber gloves, slices, chemicals 131.93 

Ingram & Bell, museum jars, chemicals 72.09 

Liquid Carbonic, carbonic gas 26 . 25 

Office Specialty Mfg., Co., filing cabinet 68.65 

Postage 16.50 

Robbins & Townsend, ribbon inspection, overhauling 31.70 

University Press, tags, directories, stationery 60.95 

Accounts under $10.00 (8) .... 24. 86 

Superintendent's Dept., material 78.50 

$ 5,813.07 

Less credits: Laboratory deposits $162,34 

Sale of material 15 . 55 



177.89 



$ 5,635.18 



70. Pharmacy and Pharmacology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Aikenhead Hardware, hardware, paint $ 88.72 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 24.27 

Barchard & Co., sawdust 13.05 

R. F. Berux, frogs 140.00 

British Drug Houses, soda lime, ether 108.58 

Canadian Electric Supply Co., switches, tubes, etc 24. 15 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, brushes, weights, etc 89.41 

Corbett-Cowlev, laboratory coats 44. 44 

CuUen & Sons,' animals 287.08 

Drug Trading Co., bottles, absorbent cotton, etc 139. 16 

J. F. Hartz Co., appendectomy retractor 10.40 

Professor \'. E. Henderson, petty cash 27. 85 

Ingram & Bell, syringe, needles, chemicals, etc 33.69 

John McGillian, carrots 12.00 

National Drug & Chemical, chemicals 12.26 

National Research Council, reprints 12.00 

Ontario Rubber Co.. tubing 28.47 

Photographic Service Dept., prints, photostats 43.45 

Pryal & Nye, battery 23.06 

Queen City Dental Mfg. Co., oxygen, cyclopropane 21.70 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 91 .68 

Riseborough & Jackson , feed 1 1 . 80 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



99 



Surgical Publishing Co., reprints $ 23.78 

Underwood, Elliott, Fisher, overhaul typewriter 36.27 

Waverly Press, reprints 10 . 00 

York Trading Co., salmon 50 . 35 

University Press, printing, stationerv 84. 81 

Accounts under SIO.OO (11) '. 63.47 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $13.55; labour, $15.70; material, 

$142.46 171.71 

$,1,726.61 

Less credits: sale of material 61 . 35 



$ 1,665.26 



71. Physiology 

Supplies and apparatus: 

Acme Farmers Dairy, milk $ 59 . 55 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 205.25 

Auguste Bolte, isinglass 25.55 

Borden Ltd., dry ice, etc 30 . 92 

Canada Packers, meat 24 . 24 

Canadian Electrical Supply, batteries 27.61 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., abrasive wheel, tools, etc.. 134.24 

Canadian General Electric Co., radiotron 31 . 18 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., rental on cylinders 33.24 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 15.83 

Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams 16.55 ' 

Central Scientific Co., micro arm, holders, plungers, etc 146.96 

Connaught Laboratories, overalls 11 . 55 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 90 . 99 

Eastman Photographic Service, photo plates, etc 16.05 

T. Eaton Co., tomato juice, surgical gauze, etc 468.87 

J. F. Hartz Co., syringes 15. 15 

Harvard Apparatus Co., springs, etc 13 . 30 

Frank Jennings, sawdust 54.00 

Kelley Feed & Seed Co., dog chow, etc 136 . 25 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel, ice 34 . 43 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Co., chemicals 47.04 

Milton Thompson Electric Co., motor 16.33 

National Drug & Chemical Co., chemicals 33.82 

Ontario Typewriter Co., rental of calculator 90.00 

Park Bros, meat 126 . 42 

Postage 29.00 

Radio Trade Supply Co., micrometer 12. 10 

Rainbow Lantern Slide Co., slides, prints 32.50 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections 10.45 

Spencer Lens Co., microtome knife 17.24 

N. Smith Belting Co., pulleys, belts 39.88 

Dr. N. B. Tavlor, petty cash, animal supplies, $63.50; sundries, 

$16.50. . .' 80.00 

TordofT Electric Co., motors 33.00 

Wholesale Radio Co., parts 110.39 

University Press, stationerv, etc 303.09 

Accounts under $10.00 (30) 141.51 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery, $8.15; supplies, $31.62; hardware, $20.00; 

postage, $10.23 70.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $97.16; labour, $108.18; material, 

$942.35 1,147.69 

$ 3,956.17 

Less credits: sale of material , ' 59.50 



$ 3,896.67 



Supplies and apparatus: 

University Press, stationery . 



72. Psychiatry 



8.22 



8.22 



100 



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No. 12 



73. Radiology 

Supplies and apparatus: 

Aikenhead Hardware, saw 

Dr. G. E. Richards and Dr. A. C. Singleton, X-ray supplies. 
Superintendent's Dept., labour 



$ 


11 


.13 




887 


.87 




1 


.00 



$ 900.00 



73a. Summer Course in Anatomy 

R. K. George, instructor 

W. H. Piersol " .' 

C. G. Smith " 

J. C. Watt " 



46.00 

26.00 

106.00 

127.00 



$ 305.00 



74. Surgery 

Supplies and apparatus; 

Canadian Kodak Sales, prints 

Corbett-Cowley, laboratory coats 

C.P.R. Telegraph, telegrams 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film, prints 

T. Eaton Co., camera repaired, films, etc 

Hospital for Sick Children, student supplies 

International Books, subscriptions 

F. W. McLaren, subscription 

C. \' . Mosby Co., subscription 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., repair, chair, etc 

Photographic Service, slides 

Postage 

Stephen Sales, paper, stencils, etc 

St. Michael's Hospital, student's supplies 

University Press, covers, envelopes, stationery. . . . 

Accounts under $10.00 (11) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 

Less credits: sale of material 



10.77 

121.05 

16.84 

13.14 

118.43 

25.00 

20.00 

10.00 

23.16 

14.00 

83.55 

50.16 

73.95 

20.00 

216.40 

63.93 

4.05 



884.43 
3.52 



880.91 



75. Therapeutics 

Supplies and apparatus: 

Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, capsules, etc 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 

A. Kelly, lantern slides 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., filing cabinet 

Postage 

University Press, stationery, guides, paper 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 



$ 88 


.20 


20 


.90 


53.03 


43 


.00 


6. 


75 


39 


.10 


13 


00 




15 



264.13 



76. Art Service 

(a) Salaries ($3,205.30): 

Miss M. T. Wishart, Director $ 2,500.00 

Miss Marguerite Drummond, assistant 360.00 

Miss E. J. Hopper 345.30 

(b) Expenses: 

Part-time Assistance ($842.79): 

Miss Marguerite Drummond 4 . 00 

Mrs. Nina Roberts 27 . 98 

Mrs. E. H. Ross 335 . 00 

Miss Stemher 84 . 70 

Miss Eleanor Sweezey 390 . 00 

Miss E. Wallace Ill 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



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Supplies, etc. (S304.00): 

Celluloid Corp., transparent sheets $ 10. 16 

Loomis & Toles, nibs, atomizers, crayons, etc 12.25 

University Press, scratch board, card, etc 235.81 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 11.22 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Laundry, $16.17; stationery, $10.08; sundries, $5.62. . . 31.87 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.55; material, .14 2.69 



$ 4,352.09 



76a. Post Graduate Courses 
Course in Fractures ($555.90): 

Honoraria to Instructors ($375.00): 

S. H. Couch 

Jessie Gray 

P. H. Greey 

R. J. Harris 

W. S. Kedd 

W. L. M. King . 

A. B. Le Measurier 

F. J. Lewis 

K. G. McKenzie 

A. McLachlin 

D. W. G. Murray 

W. T. Mustard 

C. W. M. Service 

R. H. Thomas 

G. A. Thomson 

W. K. Welsh 

F. R. Wilkinson 

G. E. Wilson 

Attendants ($47.50): 

M . Chapman 

J. D. Dewar 

H . Cormack 

J. Clarke 

C. Hart 

H. Lloyd 

J. Sheppard 

Sundry Expenses ($133.40): 

Toronto General Hospital, luncheons 

Victor X-ray Corporation, plates 

Sundry disbursements by Dr. W. E. Gallic for gratuities. . . 
Course in Industrial Medicine ($423.00): 
Honoraria to Instructors ($374.00): 

C. Boyd 

F. M. Bulmer 

O. A. Cannon 

E. E. Cleaver 

S. H. Couch 

J. G. Cunningham 

S. S. A. Dixon 

R. G. Elson 

R. F. Farquharson 

W. A. Farmer 

G. H. Greey 

R. Hare 

R. I. Harris 

J. McCreary 

J. A. Oille 

W. Wright 

Attendants ($9.00): 

C. Hart 

A. W. Hay 

Sundry Expenses: 

Toronto General Hospital, luncheon 



15.00 
25.00 
15.00 
25.00 
15.00 
10.00 
15.00 
50.00 
15.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
15.00 
25.00 
20.00 
25.00 

2.50 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 

57.56 
50.84 
25.00 



17.00 
17.00 
25.50 
17.00 
25.50 
34.00 
17.00 
17.00 
34.00 
25.50 
25.50 
25 . 50 
34.00 
25.50 
17.00 
17.09 

6.00 
3.00 

40.00 



$ 978.90 



102 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

77. General Expenses 

Sundry expenses of the Dean: 

Luncheons, teas, dinners, travelling expenses, in connection with 

visiting lecturers, etc $ 139.22 

Office Supplies, stationery, and incidentals (§2,145.64): 

Association of American Medical Colleges, aptitude tests 225.89 

Canadian Newspaper Service, reference book 33.50 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., telegrams 12.87 

Elsie Hamilton, substitute messenger 12.00 

Lowe Martin Co., cards 14.04 

Might Directories, rail & steamer guides, directory 39.90 

R. H. Morris, daily papers 22.50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., compressor, folders, etc 54.61 

Photographic Service, lantern service, slides, prints 142.33 

Postage 210.68 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 37.50 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, typewriter rental . 15.00 

Miss Dorothy Waugh, stenographer 381 . 50 

University Press, paper, cards, printing, etc 799.09 

Accounts'under $10.00 (19) 80.70 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Telephones and telegrams, $9.20; car fare, hardware, $8.37; 

sundries, $2.43 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, .87; telephone .61; labour, $22.43; 

material, $19.62 43.53 

Publications, etc. ($1,053.87): 

Receiver General of Canada, postage on annual report 109.22 

University Press, bulletin, printing, etc 939.40 

Mrs. M. L. Lloyd, addressing envelopes 5.25 

Maintenance and Equipment of Lecture Theatre, Lantern, etc. ($112.20): 

General Films, screens 36.60 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 11.21 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $20.47; material, $43.92 64.39 

Medals (.$26.32): 

Birks Ellis Ryrie. engraving 2. 16 

John Pinches, gold medal 24. 16 

Association of American Medical Colleges, membership fee 150.00 



$ 3,627.25 
Less credits : sale of material 9 . 50 



$ 3,617.75 



78. Anatomical Building 

Heat and light $ 3,110.77 

Gas, $16.22; water, $31.67 47.89 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 297.31 

Cleaning ($2,696.04): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 20.00 

White Window Cleaning Co 25.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,651 .04 

Repairs and renewals ($1,638.50): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, repair shades 10 . 84 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 10.00 

Fitzgerald & McAvoy, clips 27 . 83 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., repairs to temperature 

controls 30.08 

Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., cams 36. 50 

Supreme Boiler & Engineering, repair heater 31 .21 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,144.10; material, $347.94 1,492.04 

Caretaker, M. J. Shephard, 12 mos 1,500.00 

$ 9,290.51 

Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 3,110.77 



$ 6,179.74 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 103 



79. Banting Institute (including Lecture Room, Toronto General Hospital) 

Heat, Dept. of Public Works, Province of Ontario S 6,000.00 

Gas, $297.67; electric current, S3,837.09; water, S740.53 4,875.49 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 493.08 

Cleaning (86,259.15): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 51.70 

Co-Operative Window Cleaning Co 65.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 6,142 . 45 

Repairs and renewals (§3,222.48): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades, repair shades 81 .80 

J. Bernhardt, repainting smoke stack 45.00 

Brooks Marble Tile Co., floor repairs 160.00 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., overhaul thermostat, etc 48.25 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 15.00 

W. A. Richardson, waterproofing 433.45 

Vulcan Asphalt & Supplv Co., mastic flooring 13.70 

Superintendent's Dept., 'labour, SI, 831.93; material, S593.35 2,425.28 

Caretaker, H. L. Vickery, 12 mos 1,600.00 



$22,450.20 
Less credits: cleaning, etc 20.85 



80. Hygiene Building 

Heat and light $17,958. 15 

Gas, $1,391.94; water, 85,146.56 6,538.50 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 1,116.31 

Cleaning (89,277.85): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry-. 57.60 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Co 70.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 9,150.25 

Repairs and renewals ($2,815.20): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades. 7.00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., repair control, etc 30.85 

City Treasurer, four elevator licenses 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, 82,106.89; material, $650.45 2,757.35 

Caretaker, Jas. Irwin, 12 mos 1,550.00 



$ 22,429.35 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $17,958. 15 
Credits for cleaning, share of gas, water, etc 9,829.45 



$39,256.01 
27,787.60 



$ 11,468.41 



81. Medical Bnilding 

Heat and light $ 5,329.83 

Gas, water and occasional fuel ($1,160.62): 

Gas, $420.12, water, $649.19 1,069.31 

Halliday Bros., fuel 79.40 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $9.98; material, $1.93 11.91 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 143.44 

Cleaning ($2,426.30): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 18.50 

F. Mottram, overtime service 104.50 

White Window Cleaning Co 55.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,248.30 



104 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,930.72): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades $ 15.09 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., mastic floor 69.00 

City Treasurer, license for elevator 5.00 

Mclntyre Taylor, grates 25 . 92 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,079.61, material, $736.10 2,815.71 

Caretaker, F. J. Mottram (including attendance at Council Meeting). 1,500.00 

$13,490.91 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $5,329.83 

Credits: cleaning, etc 164.94 

5,494.77 

$ 7,996.14 



$349,672.17 



VIII. SCHOOL OF HYGIENE 

82. Salaries 

(1) Administration: 

R. D. Defries, Director; also Professor of Hygiene and Epidemio- 
logy, and Head of Department of Epidemiology and Biome- 
trics (paid also as Director of Connaught Laboratories) $ 5,000.00 

D. T. Eraser, Associate Director, without salary (paid in Depart- 
ment of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine) 

J. Craigie, Secretary (paid also as Associate Professor of Epidemi- 
ology and in Connaught Laboratories) 750.00 

K. M. Kerns, Ofifice Assistant (paid also as Secretary, Department 

of Epidemiology and Biometrics) 500.00 

(2) Epidemiology and Biometrics: 

R. D. Defries, Professor of Hygiene and Epidemiology, and Head 
of Department (paid also as Director and in Connaught 
Laboratories) 

Associate Professors: 

J. Craigie, Epidemiology (paid also as Secretary and in Con- 
naught Laboratories) 500.00 

N. E. McKinnon, Hygiene and Epidemiology at $1,000 (also 
in Connaught Laboratories) on war service; T.I. & A. A. 

Contribution 50 . 04 

W. Mosley, Public Health Administration 4,200.00 

Miss Mary A. Ross, Assistant Professor of Biometrics (paid also 
$150 for additional services in training part-time Health 

Ofificers) ;•.•••■■. : •• • 2,850.00 

A. E. Berry, Lecturer in Public Health Administration (Sessional; 

paid also in Faculty of Applied Science) 500.00 

Dr. A. Helen Thomson, Lecturer in Epidemiology — Salary $2,500; 

5 mos. Wartime Bonus, $68.75 2,568.75 

Special Lecturers (Temporary): 

Dr. Mary V. Jackson (also in Faculty of Medicine) 100.00 

F. G. Pedley 55.00 

Associates in Public Health Administration (Sessional): 

J. T. Phair 300.00 

A. L. McNabb 150.00 

Clinical Assistants in Public Health Administration (Sessional): 

H. R. Elliott 250.00 

R. H. Malyon 250.00 

Miss E. Wheler, Associate in Public Health Nursing — Salary 

$2,200; Wartime Bonus, 5 mos. $65 ... . 2,265.00 

Dr. A. E. C. Riggs, Demonstrator in Epidemiology (also in Physio- 
logical Hygiene) 11 mos. — Salary $1,375; 4 mos. Wartime 
Bonus $33 1,408.00 

Mrs. E. Kuitunen, Fellow in Epidemiology 1,200.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 105 



Public Health Nurse Interne: 

Miss H. G. Morrow — 5 mos. Salary $500; Wartime Bonus 

$45.84 $ 545 . 84 

Miss M. C. Woodside, 1 month 60.00 

Additional services in connection with training part-time Health 
Officers: 

F. O. Wishart (paid also in Department of Hygiene) 250.00 

Miss Mary A. Ross (paid also as Assistant Professor of Bio- 
metrics) 150.00 

A. J. Bishop (paid also in Department of Hygiene) 200.00 

Miss E. M. Barr (paid also in Department of Hygiene) 100.00 

K. M. Kerns (paid also as Office Assistant and Secretary). . . 100.00 

W. Moore (paid also as Laboratory Assistant) 50 . 00 

Miss S. R. McCausland (paid also as Laboratory Assistant) . 50.00 

Laboratory Assistants: 

W. Moore 1,000.00 

Miss S. R. McCausland 960.00 

Miss L. Beattie 650.00 

Miss J. MacDonald 600 . 00 

K. M. Kerns, Secretary (paid also as Office Assistant) 600.00 

(3) Physiological Hygiene: 
Associate Professors: 

D. Y. Solandt, also Acting Head of Department (paid also in 

Physiology) 650.00 

D. L. McLean at $2,900 (also in Connaught Laboratories) on 

war service: T.I. & A. A. Contribution 145.08 

E. W. McHenrv' (paid also in Connaught Laboratories, and in 

School of Nursing) 1,300.00 

Assistant Professors: 

H. M. Barrett, Industrial Hygiene, at $2,900; on war service 

from July 483 . 34 

R. E. Haist 2,600.00 

J. G. Cunningham, Lecturer in Industrial Hygiene (Sessional) . . . 500.00 

Research Associates: 

Mrs. Ruth C. Partridge (paid also in Special Research) 800.00 

Miss J. H. Ridout (paid in Connaught Laboratories) 

Research Assistants: 

Miss H. M. Perry, Nutrition Survey — Salary $1,300; 5 mos. 

Wartime Bonus $47.92 1,347.92 

Miss H. J. Bell— Salary $1,400; 5 mos. Wartime Bonus $50. 1,450.00 
Miss J. Patterson — Salarv $1,550; 5 mos. Wartime Bonus 

$53.11 ' 1,583.11 

H. N. MacFarland 500.00 

Mrs. C. M. Young, Fellow in Nutrition Survey, 91^ mos. — Salary 

$855; 5 mos. Wartime Bonus $43.02. . 898.02 

E. S. Fish, honorarium for Medical Services in connection with 

Nutrition Survey . 100.00 

Dr. A. E. C. Riggs, Clinical Assistant in Nutrition Survey (paid 
also in Epidemiologv and Biometrics) 11 mos; Salary $916.66; 
4 mos. Wartime Bonus $22 . . 938. 66 

C. R. Cowan, Senior Technical Assistant, 3 mos. at $1,600; trans- 
ferred to Special Research 400 .00 

Technical Assistants: 

K. Roseblade at $1,500 from 1 October; transferred from 

Special Research 1,125.00 

W. Staples at $950; on War Service; Pension Contribution. . 23.75 

E. Pike, 10 mos; resigned 650.00 

J. Horwood, 26 January to 30 June 389.47 

Miss E. James 650.00 

Miss J. M. Smith — Salary $765; 5 mos. Wartime Bonus 

$31.87 796.87 

Miss L. C. Barber — Salary $990; 5 mos. Wartime Bonus 

$41.25 1,031.25 



106 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Secretary : 

Miss E. L. Mahon, 7 mos. at $1,250; transferred to Special 

Research $ 729.17 

Miss M. Mingay, from 9 February at $1,100 432.16 

(4) Chemistry in relation to Hygiene: 

P. J. Moloney, Associate Professor (paid also in Connaught 

Laboratories) 2,800.00 

Miss E. M. Taylor, Demonstrator (part-time; Sessional — paid also 

in Connaught Laboratories) 500.00 

George Kimm, Technical Assistant 1,050.00 

$52,086.43 
Less charged to Special Grants 23,193.42 



$ 28,893.01 



83. Maintenance of Department 

(1) Administration ($874.67): 

Association of Schools of Public Health, membership dues 25.00 

Canadian Engineering Publication, advertising 44.00 

Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams 23.89 

Canadian Public Health Association, reprints, advertising 25.50 

Dr. R. D. Defries, sundry disbursements 10.00 

Engineering Institution of America, advertising 20.00 

Dr. Arthur Goulding, field expenses 19 . 85 

Mimeograph Co., stencils, paper, etc 25.92 

Office Specialty Co., folders, cabinet 11.25 

Photographic Service, taking groups, etc 34.00 

Postage 65.00 

Robbins & Townsend, line-a-time rebuilt 17.00 

University Press, calendars, cards, letterheads . 187.27 

Accounts under $10 (5) 19.97 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, .60; telephone, $345.04; freight, .38 346.02 

(2) Epidemiology and Biometrics ($618.99): 

Dr. R. D. Defries, sundry disbursements 10.00 

Mimeograph Co., stencils, paper, ink, etc 52.47 

Dr. L. A. Pequenat, expenses to Quebec meeting Public Health 

Association 90.00 

Thos. Pocklington, charts 12.50 

Postage ■-.... 10.00 

Ryerson Press, splicer, cement, projector, etc 301 .95 

University Press, stationery, chalk, pay envelopes 120.42 

Accounts under $10 (5) 21 . 65 

(3) Physiological Hygiene ($2,811.64): 

Bay Salvage, chairs, desks, trays, etc 145.25 

Canadian General Electric, fan 76.09 

Central Scientific Co., lamps, regulator, etc 53.46 

Eastman Kodak Co., metal prints 198.55 

Eastman Photographic Stores, prints, chemicals, etc 110.99 

T. Eaton Co., camera 54.00 

Ferranti Electric Co., cardiograph 750.00 

Fisher Scientific Co., electripode 346.92 

General Office Furniture Co., desk 31 . 50 

Harvard Apparatus Co., electric clock 62. 16 

Joseph McDowell & Co., calculator machine 175.00 

Mimeograph Co., paper, correcting fluid 15.31 

Postage 5 . 00 

Rainbow Lantern Slide Co., slide 17.60 

Rudolph Schick, charts mounted 13.50 

Dr. D. Y. Solandt, travelling expenses 150. 10 

Thomas & Corney Typewriter, Remington $80.00; less allowance 

$10.00, etc 97.50 

University Press, stationery, folder, paper, etc 225.81 

Accounts under $10 (2) 1 . 48 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $170.56; material, $84.86; freight, 

$26.00 281 . 42 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 107 

(4) Chemistry in Relation to Hygiene ($320.08) : 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, analytic balance, etc $ 290.90 

P. J. Moloney, sundry disbursements. .' 9.68 

Accounts under $10 (5) 19.18 

Entry to transfer and charge T. F. Rockefeller School of Hygiene 
Account to reimburse Dept. of Hygiene for the payment of two 
accounts of Gray Bus Line 103 . 00 

$ 4,728.06 

Less credits: sale of material 11.34 

$ 4,716.72 

$ 33,439.73 



IX. FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE 

84. Salaries 
Dean's Office 

C. R. Young, Dean (also Professor in Department of Civil Engineering; 
Municipal and Structural without salary): 

Salar>- $6,000.00 

Expenses 1,500.00 

$ 7,500.00 

\V. S. Wilson, Assistant Dean (paid as Secretary to Faculty) 

$ 7,500.00 



Applied Physics 

K. B. Jackson, Associate Professor $ 3,800.00 

V. L. Henderson, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $160 for Extension 

Work) 2,150.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

E. L. Dodington (paid also $600 in Special Research and $180 for 

Extension Work) 1,600.00 

L. E. Jones (part-time; paid also $160 for Extension Work) 1,100.00 

Miss R. Cave, Ofhce Assistant and Librarian (part-time; paid also $625 
in Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy, and $100 in Photo- 
graphic Service) 575 . 00 

H. \'. Steer, Mechanician (Sessional; part-time; paid also $525 in Civil 

Engineering: Surveying and Geodesv and $675 in Special Research) 600 . 00 

$ 9,825.06 



School of Architecture 

Professors : 

H. H. Madill, also Head of Department, at $4,700, part-time from 

April, 1941 $ 2,200,00 

E. R. Arthur, Architectural Design 4,500.00 

Assistant Professors: 

H.J. Burden at $3,200; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A. A. 160.08 

W. E. Carswell 2,700.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

H. S. M. Carver at $1,550 and $350 as Special Lecturer in Town 

Planning 1,900.00 

D. MacKenzie Waters, Architectural Design, part-time at $1,000; 

on war service 

W. S. Wilson, Architectural Economics (paid also $3,600 as 

Secretary to Faculty) 250 . 00 

A. S. Mathers 200.00 

H. B. Dunington-Grubb, Landscape Architecture 100.00 

J. Layng, Special Instructor in Architectural Design (Sessional) 900.00 



108 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Instructors: 

P. Brieger, Fine Art (part-time, paid also in Arts) $ 300.00 

F. Coates, Modelling (Sessional) 950.00 

Miss J. C. Laing, Librarian and Instructor, Architectural History and 

French 1,900.00 

G. A. Arksey, Attendant in Drafting Rooms (Sessional) 800 00 

Miss E. W. Dyer, Oflfice Assistant (paid also $350 in Engineering 

Drawing) 550.00 

$ 17,410.08 



Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry 

Professors : 

J. Watson Bain, Chemical Engineering $ 5,700.00 

M. C. Boswell, Organic Chemistry (paid also $10 for Extension 

Work) 4,900.00 

E. G. R. Ardagh, Applied Chemistr>' 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

E. A. Smith (paid also $600 for Extension Work) 3,500.00 

R. R. McLaughlin 3,500.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

W. C. Macdonald at $1,900; on war service; contribution to T.I. & 

A.A 95.04 

J. G. Breckenridge (paid also $450 in Special Research) 1,950.00 

A. M. FitzGerald 1,800.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

B. Marks 1,200.00 

L.J. Rubin 1,200.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

M. Adelman 1,100.00 

J. O. Thompson 1,100.00 

W. G. MacElhinney (paid also $315 in Special Research) 1,000.00 

E. T. Williams (paid also $187.50 in Special Research) 1,000.00 

F.A.Harry 900.00 

G. A. J. Joel 900.00 

E. B. Trickey (paid also $475 in Special Research) 900.00 

J. B. J. Heberling 850.00 

G. L. Milligan 648.33 

Mrs. Hilda Hampson 600.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

T. Linsey Crossley, Pulp and Paper 150 . 00 

A. V. deLaporte, Sanitary Chemistry 150.00 

A. S. Hunt, Lecture Assistant and Glass-blower 1,800.00 

Lecture Assistants: 

M. L. Hammond at $1,000; 1 month— resigned 83.33 

Ross Mowat, 16 weeks at $15 per week, 25 2/3 wks. at $16 645.33 

W. T. Storton, Laboratory Assistant 1,350.00 

Laboratory' Attendants: 

William Connor, 26 5/6 weeks at $15 per week, and 25 1/3 weeks 

at $16..50 820.50 

John Martin, 26 5/6 weeks at $13 per week, and 25 weeks, 2 days 

at $14.50 716.19 

Jesse Stoate, 15 weeks, 5 days at $13 per week 205.84 

D. J. Mitchell, 23 V2 weeks at $13 per week 305.50 

David Burling, 21 1^ weeks, at $13 per week 264.50 

Donald James, 14 weeks at $12 per week 168.00 

Roy Sweezie, 12 2/3 weeks at $12 per week, 2 weeks at $13 204.00 

D. Gorton, 2 weeks, 4 days at $12 per week . 32.00 

Miss D. Birkett, Office Assistant and Librarian (paid also $200 in 

Secretary's Office and $50 in Special Research) 1,050.00 

$ 45,288.56 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 109 

Civil Engineering: Municipal and Structural 

Professors: 

C. R. \'oung (paid as Dean of Faculty) 

T. R. Loudon, Applied Mechanics, at $5,000; on war service; con- 
tribution to Pension Fund $ 200 . 00 

Assistant Professors: 

C. F. Morrison 3.000.00 

W. L. Sagar at S2,700; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A.A. 135.00 

Robert F. Legget 2,850.00 

M. J. C. Lazier, 6 mos. at $2,650, 6 mos. part-time at $1,500 2,075.00 

M. W. Huggins 2,600.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. B. Mclntyre, Applied Mechanics (paid from Special Funds) 

C. E. Helwig. 2,000.00 

A. E. Berry, Special Lecturer, Municipal Engineering (paid also in 

School of Hygiene) 1,000.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

S. H. de Jong 1.200.00 

B. Etkin 1,000.00 

W. H. M. Laughlin (part-time, Michaelmas Term) 100.00 

W. Kubbinga, Mechanician (paid also $36.50 for Overtime) 1,900.00 

J. J. Brown, Laboratory Assistant, 10 months 1,100.00 

Miss H. L. Redmond, Office Assistant and Librarian (paid also $525 in 

Electrical Engineering) 550 . 00 

$ 19,710.00 



Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy 

\V. ^L Treadgold, Professor, also Head of Department (paid also $575 

for Summer Camp) $ 4,600 . 00 

Associate Professors: 

S. R. Crerar (paid also $500 for Summer Camp) 4.000.00 

E. W. Banting (paid also $475 for Summer Camp) 3,800.00 

J. \V. Melson (paid also $450 for Summer Camp, and $200 for 

Extension Work) 3,600.00 

T. L. Rowe, Instructor (.Sessional; paid also $300 in Special Research. 

$206.25 for Summer Camp, and $75 in Faculty of Forestry) 1,650.00 

H. L. Wainberg, Demonstrator (Michaelmas Term; paid also $600 in 

Engineering Drawing) 400 . 00 

H. \ . Steer. Mechanician (Sessional; part-time; paid also in Applied 

Physics and in Special Research) 525 . 00 

Miss R. Cave, Office Assistant and Librarian (paid also in Applied 

Physics and in Photographic Service) 625.00 



$ 19,200.00 



Electrical Engineering 
Professors : 

H. \V. Price, also Head of Department $ 5,500.00 

A. R. Zimmer 4,300.00 

Associate Professors: 

V. G. Smith 3,600.00 

B. deF. Bayly at $3,400; on war service from 31 October 1,515.85 

Assistant Professors: 

D. N. Cass-Beggs (paid also from Special Funds) 2,800.00 

R. J. Brown 2,600.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

J. E. Reid 2,300.00 

L. S. Laughland, on war service 

F. Noakes 2,200.00 



110 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

R. G. Anthes (paid also from Special Funds) $ 2,400.00 

H. A. Courtice 1,200.00 

C. H. Salvadge 1,100.00 

F. H. Squires 1,100.00 

W. E. White at SI. 100; resigned 31 March 993. 53 

S. K. Chenev (part-time) 3.50.00 

E. A. Ricker (part-time) 350 . 00 

D. M. Lovatt (part-time) 300.00 

D. B. McKichan (part-time) 300.00 

G. W. N. Fitzgerald (part-time, Easter Term) 200.00 

A. E. MacLaren (part-time, Easter Term) 200.00 

J. W. Lawson, Mechanician 2,000.00 

W. R. McKee. Electrician 2,000 . 00 

W. L. Bakewell, Assistant Electrician .•■■.■.• 1,375.00 

Miss H. L. Redmond, Office Assistant and Librarian (paid also in Civil 

Engineering; Municipal and Structural) 525.00 

$ 39,209.38 



Engineering Drawing 

Professors : 

J. R. Cockburn, Descriptive Geometry' $ 5,000.00 

\V. J. Smither, Structural Engineering; ob 18 January, balance of 

salary paid to widow 4,200.00 

\V. J. T. Wright (paid also S300 as Special Lecturer, Technical 

English) 4,200.00 

Assistant Professors: 

A. Warden 2,900.00 

W. B. Dunbar 2,800.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

P. V. Jermvn 2,400.00 

J. J. Spence 2,200.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

R. M. Clark 1,700.00 

G. R. Edwards 1,700.00 

D. P. Scott 1,400.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

D. G. Wertheim at .?750, resigned 31 December 321 .43 

H. S. Wainberg (Easter Term, paid also in Civil Engineering: 

Surveving and Geodesv) 600 . 00 

J. S. Vigde'r (part-time; paid also $700 in Mathematics) 500.00 

H. J. Franklin (part-time) 350.00 

W. E. Lehman (part-time) 350 . 00 

H. R. Sumner (part-time) 350.00 

W. W. Farquhar (part-time) 300.00 

E. A. Frith (part-time) 300.00 

J. W. Speight (part-time) 300 . 00 

J. W. Waghorne (part-time) 300.00 

G. Woodall (part-time, Easter Term) 200 . 00 

C. F. Phripp (part-time. Temporary) 150.00 

E. Sirluck, Assistant (Temporary) 125.00 

G. Brown, Attendant in Drafting Rooms 1,100.00 

Miss E. W. Dyer, Office Assistant (paid also in School of Architecture) 350.00 

$ 34,096.43 



Mechanical Engineering 
Professors : 

R. W. Angus (paid also $10 for Extension Work) $ 6,000.00 

E. A. AUcut (paid also $200 for Extension Work) 4,800.00 

Associate Professors: 

Ross Tavlor, resigned 30 June 3,600.00 

\\\ G. ^icIntosh 3,500.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 111 



Assistant Professors: 

G. R. Lord $ 2,800.00 

R. C. Wiren 2,600,00 

Lecturers: 

D. D. Panabaker 2,600.00 

I . \V. Smith (Sessional) 1 ,700 . 00 

Demonstrators (Sessional) : 

W. Laari at SI, 200 plus S15 for additional services 1,215.00 

W. Bruce at SI, 100 plus S15 for additional services 1,115.00 

\V. H. Brydon 1,100.00 

J. A. Carter at SI, 100, resigned 15 April 1.021.43 

G. H. D. Martin (paid also $330 in Special Research) 1,100.00 

A. E. Aeberli (part-time) 350 . 00 

J. B. Bryce (part-time) 350 . 00 

A. D. Hogg (part-time) 350.00 

W. E. B. Parker (part-time) 175.00 

C. E. Lewis (Easter Term) 600 . 00 

G. Gung (part-time, Easter Term) 100.00 

Temporary Assistants: 

D. J. Parrish 70.00 

W. J. Scarlett • 70 . 00 

F. Hickey, Engineer and Machinist 2,000.00 

A. Emond, Assistant Machinist, 304 hours at 75 cents per hour 228.00 

J. Price, Laboratory Attendant 1,200.00 

Fireman, at 55 and 50 cents per hour: 

J. Vaillancourt 558.60 

W. Wilson 226.60 

W. Kelly 66 . 00 

Miss M. Burt, Office Assistant and Librarian at §1,150 plus $15 for 

additional services 1,165.00 



$^40,660.63 



Metallurgical Engineering 

G. A. Guess, Professor S 5,700.00 

Associate Professors: 

J. A. Newcombe (paid also $350 for Extension Work) 3.900.00 

R. J. Montgomery 3,700.00 

J. E. Toomer, Assistant Professor 3,450.00 

A. Frumkin. Lecturer (Sessional; paid also S22.50 for Extension Work) 1,800.00 
Hector Ross, Laboratorv Assistant and Demonstrator (paid also $40 

in Secretary's Office') 1 ,000 . 00 

Andrew Taylor,' Attendant, 28 weeks at $10 per week 280.00 

Miss M. P. Carter, Stenographer (Sessional; paid also $393.75 in 

Secretary's Office) 300.00 



S 20,130.00 



Mining Engineering 

Professors : 

C. G. Williams, also Head of Department $ 6,000.00 

J. T. King 4,500.00 

S. E. Wolfe, Lecturer at $2,600 for 3 mos.. Assistant Professor at $3,000 

from 1 October 2,900 . 00 

W. A. M. Hewar. Instructor (Sessional) 1,700.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

S. G. Farrar 1,200.00 

E. J. Hick 1,200.00 

L. Pancer 1 ,200 . 00 

E. Tozer, Laboratory Assistant and Mechanician (paid also $22.75 in 

Department of Chemistry) 1 ,500 . 00 

C. Wavbrant, Laboratory' Assistant, Assaying (paid also $7 in Depart- 
ment of Chemistr^O '. 1 ,300 . 00 

H. J. Reilly, Assistant' Mechanician, 32 weeks at $30 per week 960.00 



112 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Laboratory- Helpers, each 31 weeks: 

Jack Sherwood $ 465.00 

William Stewart 435.00 

Miss J. Bradshaw, Office Assistant and Librarian 1,150.00 

$ 24,510.00 



Special Lectures 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. E. Laidlaw, Engineering Law $ 500.00 

W. J. T. Wright, Technical English (paid also in Engineering 

Drawing) 30a.OO 

Rev. G. A. McMullen, Public Speaking (paid also $500 for Ex- 
tension Work) 250.00 

$ 1,050.00 



Secretary's Office 

W. S. Wilson, Secretary (paid also in Architecture) $ 3,600.00 

Miss E. Birkett, Assistant Secretary 1,800.00 

Miss E. Singleton, Assistant 1,050.00 

Stenographers: 

Miss G. Simpson at $1,000 from 1 October. . 750.00 

Miss D. Birkett (part-time; paid also in Chemical Engineering and 

in Special Research) 200 . 00 

Miss M. P. Carter (paid also in Metallurgical Engineering) 393.75 

Office Attendant: 

A. Dykeman, on war service; contribution to Pension Fund 28.00 

G. P. Prince (Temporary) 685 . 00 

H. Ross, Messenger, 4 weeks at $10 per week (paid also in Metallurgical 

Engineering) 40 . 00 



85. Applied Physics 

Supplies ($382.09); 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 50.06 

Art Metropole, paper 11.35 

Canada Building Material, plaster 23.65 

Consolidated Plate Glass, plate glass 36.78 

Engineering Society University of Toronto, pads 21 .60 

Grand & Toy, pencil sharpener 12.00 

McCallum Seal Service, reconditioned seal 13.49 

Photographic Service, slides, chemicals, etc. 75.30 

University Press, paper 12 . 03 

Accounts under $10 (10) 37.56 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, .33; labour, $3.24; material, $74.70 78.27 

Sundry Disbursements by department 10.00 

Apparatus ($863.34): 

Aikenhead Hardware, drills, nuts, tools 124.96 

Alpha Areon Radio, speaker, etc 23. 69 

Canadian Astalic Ltd., model pickup 22 . 14 

Canadian Fairbank Morse, metal 20.23 

Walter A. Carveth & Co., lens 105.00 

E. A. Doddington, vacuum cleaner 15.00 

A. S. Hunt, test tubes 17.00 

J . A. Long, used camera • 25 . 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., letter cabinets, chair 66.50 

Peckovers Ltd., steel 13.70 

The Pocklington Co., etching glass dials 15.00 

Queen City Glass Co., plate glass 30. 16 

J. F. Phillips, reflex camera parts 100.00 

Photo Service, slides, reprint 20 . 40 

Renold-Coventry Ltd., spiral gears 12.51 



$ 8,546.75 
$287,136.83 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 IIS 



Fred Shorney Ltd., lens $ 75.00 

Wholesale Radio Co., parts, sockets 29.65 

Accounts under $10 (12) 64.64 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $65.89; material, $16.87 82.76 



$ 1,245.43 
Less Sundry Credits, sale of material 55.00 



86. School of Architecture 

Supplies ($484.03): 

Beaux Arts Institute, architectural programme $ 55.78 

R. G. Dalton, blue print paper 10.03 

Engineering Society University of Toronto, paper 14.30 

Photographic Service, slides, prints, etc 78.69 

Postage 16.00 

Reeves & Sons (Canada) water colour boards, etc 34.40 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter inspection, ribbons 10.95 

C. L. Todd, subscription, pencil points 10.00 

University Press, magazines, stationery, etc 75.52 

Accounts under $10 (20) 94.04 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $28.67; labour, $13.93; material, 

$33.94 76.54 

Sundry disbursements by Dept 7.78 

Apparatus (including books) $58.08: 

University Press, recover case 4. 15 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $32.91; material, $21.02 53.93 

Models for life class: 

H. H. Madill, re-imbursement for payments made 16.00 

.Staff Expenses — outdoor sketching class: 

H. H. Madill, expenses for members of stafT 100.07 



$ 1,190.43 



$ 658.18 
Less sale of material 9 . 35 



$ 648.83 



87. Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry 

Supplies ($8,485.67): 

Aikenhead Hardware, files $ 10.98 

American Chemistry Society, journals 11 . 40 

American Instrument Co., auto-clave, tube 20.20 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., corks 220.87 

British Drug Houses, glassware, chemicals 175.35 

Canada Foils Co., tin foil 10. 19 

Canadian Industries, soda, ammonia 31 . 10 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc 1,915.27 

Canadian Liquid Air, o.xygen, etc 74.82 

Canadian Wire & Cable Co., copper wire 16.74 

Central Scientific Co., thermometer, pipes, etc 1,599.94 

Chemistry Dept., log cards 4.73 

Consumer Glass Co., tubes, caps, glassware 95.44 

T. J. Cunerty, charts 17.00 

Dominion Glass Co., bottles 30.00 

Dominion Oxygen Co., acetylene 24.45 

T. Eaton Co., tables • 10.35 

General Steelware Ltd., pails 129.06 

B. Greening Wire Co., nichrome wire 137.06 

Holliday Flint Glass Works, test tubes 70. 84 

Ingram & Bell, glassware, dishes, etc 601 .09 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel Co., ice 44.23 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, acids 42.00 

MacCallum Scale Service, clean balance 78.00 

Merck & Co., chemicals 184.99 

Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., repair gauge 14.21 

Photographic Service, slides, photostats, etc 24.95 



114 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Postage $ 21 . 50 

Robinson Clay Products, water jar and cover 16. 10 

E. F. Sargent & Co., pyknometer 27.39 

Textile Products Ltd., towels 193. 19 

University Press, text books, stationery, etc 203 . 85 

Accounts under -SIO (16) 84.56 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept., stationery, $8.10; telephone, 

$8.35; sundries, $12.00 28.45 

Superintendent's Dept., phone, .99; freight, $10.32; labour, $875.86 

material. $1,428.20 2,315.37 

Apparatus ($1,112.38): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, circulating pump 193.30 

Central Scientific Co., rheostats 40.96 

Ingram & Bell, analytical weights 200.00 

Mrs. C. H. Mitchell, desk, chair, cabinet, etc 95.00 

Superintendent's Dept. labour, $238.25; material, $344.87 583. 12 

$ 9,598.05 

Less Laboratory Deposits 2,183 . 23 



$ 7,414.82 



88. Civil Engineering: Municipal and Structural 

Supplies ($729.76): 

Aikenhead Hardware, belt dressing, rope, etc $ 75.74 

Bains & David, steel 71 .68 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, acids, ether 17.72 

McBain Foundry, bars 35 . 86 

Postage 53.00 

Pratt & Whitney, cutters 28. 52 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, key tops, ribbons 11.70 

University Press, stationery, laboratory books 255 . 96 

Accounts under $10 (3) 9 . 55 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $6.91; labour, $86.50; material, 

$76.62 ' 170.03 

Apparatus ($231.21): 

Canadian Laboratory' Supplies, dishes and blades 24.38 

Central Scientific Co., balance weights 49.75 

General Steelwares Ltd., pans and bowls 11 . 73 

London Machinery Co., barrow 20.75 

W. S. Tyler Co 77.85 

Accounts under $10 (4) 19.09 

Superintendent's Dept. labour, $1.07; material, $26.59 27.66 

$ 960 . 97 

Less Sale of Material 78.50 



$ 882.47 



89. Civil Engineering — Surveying and Geodesy 

Supplies ($648.35): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., scale, bolts, buffer $ 

Arts Metropole, gauge pole, arrows, tape 

Canada Decalcomania, letters and numerals 

Engineering Society University of Toronto, books, etc 

Harry Gordon's Hardware, padlocks 

Geo. W. Hudson, refinishing case 

M. Langmuir Mfg. Co., straps 

Thos. Pocklington Ltd., repair level 

T. Tomlinson Foundry Co., plumb bob castings 

University Press, pads, covers, binding, etc 

Accounts under $10 (4) 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept., stationery, $5.00; sundries, $5.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $1.46; labour, $32.65; material, 

$30.60 

Apparatus: 

Art Metropole, steel tapes 



17.91 
263.70 
20.35 
41.94 
13.20 
75.00 
27.00 
12.50 
16.20 
65.72 
20.12 
10.00 

64.71 



89.10 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 115 

Summer Survey Camp ($2,391.27) Maintenance: 
Instructional Staff: 

E. W. Banting $ 660.02 

S. R. Crerar 500.00 

J. W. Melson 450.00 

T. L. Rowe 206. 25 

VV. M. Treadgold 575.00 

Sundry expenses ($1,059.09): 

Aikenhead Hardware, cot springs 13.52 

T. Eaton Co., kitchenware 82.20 

Engineering Society University of Toronto, notes 18.75 

Hydro Electric Power Commission services 72.29 

Minden Lumber & Bldg., supplies, lumber 42.49 

J. E. Minto, caretaker, $240.00; labour, $341.68; ice supply$35.00 616.68 

University Press, text books 28.50 

Accounts under $10 (3) 14. 33 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $8.83; labour, $30.01; material, 

$131.49 170.33 

$ 4,187.81 

Less Laboratory Deposits $ 482 . 00 

$ 3,705.81 



90. Electrical Engineering 

Light ._ $ 214.73 

Supplies ($2,092.83): 

Aikenhead Hardware, screws, drill, hardware 173. 19 

Canadian Wire & Cables, copper wire, cable, etc 199.06 

Canadian General Electric Co., carbon lamp, etc 96.39 

W. H. Cooper Co., clips 27.91 

Crouse-Hinds Co., condulet assemblies 94.67 

Diamond State Fibre Co., panels 26.60 

Dominion Carbon Brush, brushes 15 . 15 

Exide Batteries of Canada, batteries 53. 15 

General Dry Batteries of Canada, batteries 90.00 

General Radio Co., precision dials 14. 10 

Leeds & Northrop Co., switches, coil, etc 87 . 14 

W. R. McKee, cases, voltmeters, etc 28.00 

Murdock Duplicator & Stationery, paper, stencils 82.60 

Office Specialty Co., folders, guides 86.20 

Photographic Service, photostats, blue prints 20.85 

Postage 18.00 

Waller Office Appliance Co., gelatine roll 14.00 

Westinghouse Brake & Signal Co., westoctors 16.28 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corp., hinges, etc 17.22 

Wholesale Radio Co., rheostats, etc 426.43 

University Press, printing, stationery 67.48 

Accounts under $10 (12) 75 . 13 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept., stationery, $14.80; hardware, 

$12.78; telephone, $8.40; sundries, $14.02 50.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $2.97; freight, $69.07; labour, ■ 

$97.07; material, $144.17 313 . 28 

Apparatus ($710.38): 

H. P. Ayers, micro-ammeter 30.00 

Bristol Co., of Canada, thermometer 224.00 

Canadian General Electric Co., slip astector 34.00 

Harwick H indie Incorporated, rheostat 14.33 

Leeds & Northrup Co.. resistance box, condensors 366.93 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corp., equipment 41 . 12 

Furniture, printing and incidentals: 

University Press, printing 57.17 

Special Supplies: 

Canada Metal Spinning Co., copper spinning 36.72 



116 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Short Wave: 

R. G. Anthes $ 474.00 

Special Apparatus ($720.43) : 

W. B. Blackball 330.00 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., bases for thyrotrons 350.76 

Research Enterprise, tubes 2 . 90 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 36.77 

$ 4,306.26 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $ 214.73 

Charged to E. A. Wallberg Memorial Fund 1,231 . 15 

Sundrv- Credits: Laboratory Deposits 101 . 80 

$ 1,547.68 



$ 2,758.58 



91. Engineering Drawing 

Supplies (S390.98) : 

D. Gestetner of Canada Ltd., stencils, etc 

C. \V. Mack, stamp and dater 

Photographic Service, blue prints 

Postage 

L'niversity Press hand book, etc 

Accounts under SIO (8) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, S1.05; labour, $121.65; material, 

$71.95 

Apparatus: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $57.84; material, $27.84 

Printing Instruction sheets ($129.13): 

D. Gestetner, stencils, ink, paper, etc 

University' Press, printing, etc 

Less Credit Laboratory Deposits 



21.30 
24.68 
12.45 
6.00 
103.95 
27.95 

194.65 



85.68 





61.35 
67.78 


$ 


605.79 

48.85 



$ 556.94 



92. Mechanical Engineering 

Supplies ($802.62): 

Aikenhead Hardware, indicators, hose, etc $ 86.94 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, wire, etc 29.64 

Central Scientific elements 19 . 70 

Garlock Packing Co. packing 21.60 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd. stencils & pens 10.80 

Library, books lost 15. 19 

Monarch Belting Co. belting, etc 59 . 74 

McCoU Frontenac Oil Co., oil 71 . 64 

Postage 30.00 

Scythes & Co. polish materials 19. 84 

Taylor Instrument Co. thermos 23.08 

Accounts under $10 (6) ... • 32 . 23 

Sundry Disbursem.ents, sundries 9.91 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $3.00; labour, $52.68; material, 

$316.63 372.31 

Apparatus — Thermodynamics ($128.95) : 

Worr Foundrv' Co. grate bars 92.00 

Superintendent's Dept. labour, $23.20; material, $13.75 36.95 

Apparatus — Hydraulics ($131.83): 

Worr Foundry Co. grate bars 85. 33 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $46.23; material, .27 46.50 

Proportion of Fuel (Experimental Plant): 

Hallidav Bros, fuel 1,478.62 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 117 



Furniture, printing and incidentals ($240.29): 

Engineering Society U. of T. charts $ 6.40 

Photographic Service, negatives, prints, etc • 37. 36 

University Press, folders, stationery, printing 196.53 

$ 2,782.31 

Less Credits Laboratory Deposits $ 16.35 

Sale of material 125 . 15 



141.50 



$ 2,640.81 



93. Metallurgical Engineering (including Ceramics) 

Supplies ($820.57): 

Canada Metal Co. copper, lime, etc $ 12.45 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, element, rod, etc 338.42 

Canadian Liquid Air, rental of cylinders 14.65 

Canadian National Carbon, carbons 14. 15 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, thermometer 38.08 

Eastman Photographic Stores, photo paper, etc 121 .51 

Johnson Mathey Co.. platinum catrode 25.77 

W. H. Kubbinga, machine work 10.00 

Postage 4.00 

University Press, mimeograph paper, stationerv 29.26 

Accounts under $10 (13) ' 45 . 76 

Sundry Disbursements, telephone, $5.00; sundries, $5.59 10.59 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $3.20; labour, $25.23; material, 

$127.50 • 155.93 

Apparatus ($1,440.83): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, muffle furnace 178.75 

Canadian Liquid Air, oxygen regulator 17.25 

Consumer's Gas Co.. oven furnace, griddles 253.00 

Instruments Ltd., tensometer parts 803.50 

W. H . Kubbinga, machine work 24 . 60 

W. R. McKee. electrical repairs 12.00 

Peckover's Ltd., steel plates 13.27 

Williams & Wilkins, mufifles 62 . 60 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, .35; labour, $62.41; material, 

$13.10 75.86 

$ 2,261.40 

Less charged to Wallberg Bequest 803 . 50 



94. Mining Engineering 

Supplies ($2,495.93): 

Aikenhead Hardware, hardware $ 11 .97 

Wm. Ainsworth & Sons, Inc., weights 22. 76 

Art Metropole, prints 10.80 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., konimeter slides, etc 25.27 

Canadian Industries, chemicals 205.00 

Canadian Ingersol-Rand, air drill hose . 27.00 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, batteries, stains, etc '. . . 62.31 

Central Scientific Co., apparatus, chemicals 64.80 

Denver Fire Clay Co., crucible supports, etc 312.97 

T. Eaton Co., soap, cleaners, oilcloth, etc 49.74 

Engineering Society University of Toronto, refills, graph paper. . 15.00 

Fahralloy Canada, Ltd., grinding balls 59.69 

Fletcher Russell Co., muffles, stops, supports 210.00 

Grand & Toy Ltd.. refills, tape 10.09 

A. S. Hunt, smoke guns, glassware 13 . 50 

Imperial Oil Co., oil 14.35 

McBain Foundry, furnace pipes, dampers 23.04 

Mines Assay Supplies, lead foil 16.56 

Morgan Crucible Co., scorifiers, etc 146.63 

Office Specialty Co., folders, files 16. 15 

Ontario Rubber Co., tubing 21.17 



S 1,457.90 



118 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Photographic Service, blue prints $ 17.38 

Postage ; 20.00 

Railway and Power Engineering Co., cement 15.00 

Roneo Co., of Canada, ink, stencils 38.60 

T. S. Simms & Co., varnish and brushes 55 . 83 

Thompson Balance Co., weights 20. 19 

W. S. Tyler Co., sieves, blotting paper, etc 64.26 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept., phone $15.68; sundries, $6.74 . . 22.42 

University Press, stationery, printing, directories 363.01 

Accounts under $10 (10) 48.79 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $165.20; labour, $29.17; material, 

$220.09 414.46 

Apparatus ($77.19): 

N. Smith Belting Works, pulleys 15.30 

Smith & Travers, gonicometer 30 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $21.97; material, $9.92 31.89 

$ 2,495.93 

Less Credit Laboratory Deposits 167. 15 



95. General Expenses 

Stationery, printing, calendar, office supplies and incidentals ($2,811.26): 

Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams $ 11.03 

Carbon Paper Service, coupons, paper 87.23 

Might Directories, city directory 43.20 

Munson Supply Co., typewriter keys 12.00 

Ofifice Specialty Co., filing cabinet 71 .20 

Photographic Service, prints 168. 89 

Postage ; 264.00 

Robbins & Townsend, overhauling, inspection 36.80 

Society for Promotion of Engineering Education, membership dues 16 . 83 

Thomas & Corney, typewriter 133 . 65 

University Press, printing, stationery 1,815.87 

Accounts under $10 (6) 19.81 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept., phone $10.00; sundries, $11.83. 21.83 
Superintendent's Dept., freight, $7.10; labour, $79.85; material, 

$21.97 108.92 

Clerical Assistance ($174.50): 

Donald Burnell, messenger service 142.00 

Miss L. Gray, 4 days 10. 00 

Mrs. F. E. Kirk, 9 days 22.50 

Furniture, etc.: 

Office Specialty Co., desk and chair 71 . 50 

$ 3,057.26 

Less credit laboratory deposits 92 . 30 



96. Photographic Service 

Salaries: 

G. R. Anderson, Manager, without salary ^ 

C. Crowther, chief photographer $ 1,450.00 

Mrs. Muriel Milne, first assistant photographer 1,200.00 

Frank Stark, second assistant photographer (10 mos.) 1,100.00 

Photographic Assistants: 

W. Vance, at $1,000.00; 4).^ mos., resigned 375.00 

F. Sayer, at $900.00; 4 mos., resigned 300.00 

Mrs. Margaret Tod, 8 weeks, 5 days at $15.00 per week; at $800.00 

from 4 January 526 . 05 

G. Carter, 37 weeks, 5 days at $13.50 and $15.00 per week 551 .00 

Mrs. R. E. Morlev, secretary _ •_ 1,250.00 

Miss R. Cave, office assistant and Librarian, part-time (paid also 

$575.00 in Applied Physics and $625.00 in Civil Engineering, 

Surveying and Geodesy) 100 . 00 



$ 2,328.78 



$ 2,964.96 



$ 6,852.05 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 119 

Expenses: 

Supplies: 

W. E. Booth Co., chemicals $ 36.40 

Canadian General Electric, electric bulbs 16.00 

Eastman Photo Stores, photo paper, plates, etc 607.74 

Gevaert Co. of Canada, chemicals 105.25 

Instruments Ltd., blue print paper, etc 79.71 

Rectigraph Co., rectigraph paper, etc 359.70 

University Press, stationery, printing, etc 75.02 

Accounts under $10 (11) 33.35 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, .17; labour, $15.05; material, 

$16.79 32.01 

$ 1,345.18 



$ 8,197.23 



97. Electrical Building (including Mechanical Building and Wind Tunnel) 

Heat and Light $ 5,280.23 

Fuel for Experimental Plant ($1,200.00): 

Halliday Bros 1,199.10 

Superintendent's Dept., labour .90 

Gas, $110.74; Water, $431.65 542.39 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 202. 17 

Cleaning ($2,201.42): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry. 25. 10 

White Window Cleaning Co 62 .00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,114.32 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,069.34) : 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 67.65 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co., tile repairs 17.50 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., repairs to air conditioner 26.55 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 10.00 

Vulcan Asphalt and Supply Co. floor repairs 120.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,418.13; material, $409.51 1,827.64 

Caretaker: 

E. W. Dean, 12 mos., (overtime $6.00) 1,400.00 



$12,895.55 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $5,^80.23 

Sale of fuel 7.25 

■ — 5,287.48 



$ 7,608.07 



98. Engineering Building 

Heat and Light $ 3,809.21 

Gas, $20.78; Water, $155.06 175.84 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., materials 290.47 

Cleaning ($1,850.11): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 19.50 

White Window Cleaning 50.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,780.61 

Repairs and Renewals (.$2,580.61): 

Wm. Bartlett and Son, shades 39.41 

T. Eaton Co., stirrup pump 16 . 87 

Robert Simpson Co., linoleum 217. 12 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,434.70; materials, $878.51 2,313.21 

Caretaker, F. Baker, 12 mos. and (overtime $128.50) 1,500.00 

$10,212.24 



120 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Less Heat and Light charged to Central Power Plant. $3,809.21 

Sundry Credits cleaning, etc 494.01 

4,303.22 

— $ 5,909.02 



99. Geodetic Observatory Building 

Heat and Light $ 236.31 

Water, City Treasurer 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., materials 

Cleaning (S145.60): 

White Window Cleaning 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $296.78; material, $26.07 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. 



18.00 


24. 


26 


4, 
141. 


50 
10 


322 


.85 


$ 747 
236 


,02 
.31 



$ 510.71 



100. Mining Building (including Mill Building) 

Heat and light $ 9,749.52 

Gas, $963.53; electric current, $38.19; water, $438.69 1,440.41 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 328.56 

Cleaning ($4,193.60): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 37.08 

S. F. Berr>'man, overtime 15.00 

A. Clarke, overtime 19.00 

White Window Cleaning Co 53.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 4,069.52 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 126.70 

Brooks Marble and Tile Co 5 . 25 

Canadian Johns Manville Co., ceiling 395.00 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 15.00 

Federal Floor Finishing Co., resurfacing floor 15.00 

Langley's Ltd., cleaning rugs and cushions 8.05 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co.. repairs, etc 178.31 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,416.46; material, $840.34 3,256.80 

Caretaker, Arthur Clarke, 12 mos. (overtime $10.95) 1,550.00 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $9,749.52 
Credits cleaning, etc 10 . 98 



.$21,262.20 
$ 9,760.50 



$ 11,501.70 
$347,413.89 



X. FACULTY OF DENTISTRY 

101. Salaries 

(a) Regular Staff 

A. D. A. Mason, Dean (paid also as Professor, and $15 as honorarium 

for lectures) $ 1,000.00 

Professors: 

A. D. A. Mason, Operative Dentistry' 5,000.00 

F. M. Lott, Prosthetic Dentistry^ at $5,000; on war service; con- 
tribution to T.I. & A.A 200.04 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 121 



G. C. Cameron, Dental Patholog>^ and Bacteriology' $ 3,000.00 

C. A. Corrigan, Orthodontia 2,500.00 

T. Cowling. Dental Technology and Metallurgy 2,000.00 

E. \V. Paul, Dental Surgery; also Librarian 840.00 

I. H. Ante, Crown and Bridge Prosthesis (without salary, but paid 

for duration of war; paid also S290 for Extra Mural Lectures, 

and S98 for Dental Technicians' Courses) 630.00 

F. J. Conboy, Dental Praxis 400.00 

Associate Professors: 

R. S. Woollatt (paid also S180 for Dental Technicians' Courses) . . 4,000.00 

H. A. Hoskin 4,000.00 

R. G. Ellis at $3,900 (plus $200 additional for duration of war; 
paid also $65 for Extra Mural Lectures, and $229.50 for Den- 
tal Technicians' Courses) 4,100.00 

R. J. Godfrey at $3,800 (plus $200 additional for duration of war; 
paid also $15 for Extra Mural Lectures and $610 for Dental 

Technicians' Courses) 4,000 . 00 

J. H. Johnson at $3,600 (plus $200 additional for duration of war; 

paid also $55 for Extra Mural Lectures) 3.800.00 

S. M. Richardson, Radiography (paid also $15 for Extra Mural 

Lectures) ' 3,300.00 

L. F. Krueger (paid also $25 for Extra Mural Lectures) 1,500.00 

C. H. ^L Williams (half-time; paid also $95 for Extra Mural 

Lectures) 1,208.00 

F. A. Clarkson, Medicine 360.00 

F. E. Risdon, Oral Surgery 180.00 

L. A. Kilburn. Dental Praxis 150 . 00 

E. S. Ryerson, Assistant Professor, Surgery' (also in Faculty of Medicine) 360.00 

Associates: 
Dentistry: 

G. H. Coram 1,400.00 

W. T. Holmes (paid also $35 for Extra Mural Lectures) 840.00 

J. M. Sheldon 836.00 

G. D. Beierl 750.00 

R. R. Walker 670.00 

J. H. Duff 669.40 

F. L. Cole at $560 (plus $80 additional for duration of war; paid 

also $25 for Extra Mural Lectures) 640.00 

F. Martin (paid also $144 for Dental Technicians' Courses) 630.00 

G. V. Morton (paid also $40 in School of Nursing) 570.00 

W. L. Hugill 560 . 00 

W. D. Cavanagh 540 . 00 

P. G. Anderson (paid also $50 for Extra Mural Lectures) 540.00' 

H. A. Ross 500.00 

J. H. G. Harwood 315.00 

R. L. Twible. 2 months at $540; on war service from 30 November 135.00 

D. M. Tanner at $50; on war service 

J. W. Graham (paid also in Faculty of Medicine) 50.00 

E. A. Grant (without salary) 

Miss W. C. Riddle, Histology, Bacteriology and Pathology 2,160.00 

Preventive Dentistry: 

Miss D. F. J. Berr>- 1,500.00 

M. A. Cox (paid also $10 in School of Nursing) 600.00 

J. Kreutzer. Preventive Medicine 980.00 

G. W. Spinks, Dental Anatomy (paid also $40.50 for Dental 

Technicians' Courses) 740 . 00 

Orthodontia: 

S. S. Crouch 600.00 

G. Vernon Fisk 200.00 

W. G. Mcintosh, Periodontology 540.00 

C. C. Rous, Lecturer, Applied Chemistry and Metallurgy at $300; on 

war service (also on Office Staff) 

E. J. Pratt, Special Lecturer in English (Sessional; paid also $200 for 

Extension Work) 360 . 00 



122 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Instructors (Sessional): 

E. M. Rigsby, Dental Technology $ 240.00 

Rev. G. A. \IcMullen, English Expression (paid also in Applied 

Science, and SlOO for Extension Work) 100.00 

W. E. Secord, Principles of Accounting 330.00 

Demonstrators in Dentistry (Sessional): 

J. G. Perkin (paid also $67.50 for Dental Technicians' Courses). . 415.00 

K. R. Harris (Easter Term) 393 . 70 

W. J. Spence Jackson (paid also $175.50 for Dental Technicians' 

Courses) 340 . 00 

J. D. Purves. 250.00 

J. B. Pepper (paid also $40.50 for Dental Technicians' Courses). . 196.90 

W. Butt, Demonstrator in First Aid (Sessional) 40.00 

Demonstrators in Dentistry for duration of war: 

A. M. Herd 675.00 

T. N. Scott (paid also $90 for Dental Technicians' Courses) 563.00 

O. J. Yule 405.00 

Technicians: 

\V. V. Bvrne, Dentistry (paid also $70 for Dental Technicians' 

Courses) 1,900.00 

" Miss I. A. Bumby, Bacteriology and Pathology 1,100.00 

H. F. Whittaker, Histology (also in Faculty of Medicine) 150.00 

Laboratory' Assistants: 

H. Avlward, Infirmary (paid also $96 from Dental Research Fund, 

and S5.66 for overtime) 1,250 . 00 

Mrs. Mars' Gratton. Histology', 34 weeks, at $9 per week 306.00 

\V. Avlward, 28 weeks, at $10 per week 280 . 00 

$ 68,788.04 



(b) Infirmary Staff (including Nurses) 

Nurses: 

Miss E. O. Courtnev, Supervisor (10 mos.) $ 1,300.00 

Miss L. E. Tutt (10 mos.) 1.000.00 

Miss J. Miller (10 mos.) 900.00 

Miss A. H. Rose (10 mos.) 840.00 

Miss M. M. Brown (10 mos.) 800.00 

Miss M. Jackson (10 mos.) 800.00 

Miss F. G. Whitehead (10 mos.) 800.00 

Miss V. H. Broadrib (10 mos.) 800.00 

Miss M. M. E. Robinson, 8 mos. (paid also $60 for Dental Tech- 
nicians' Courses) 560 . 00 

Miss A. Lougheed, Instructor in Typewriting for Dental Nurses 100.00 

Mrs. L. Barraclough, Laundress, 42 weeks (paid also $22.50 for Dental 

Technicians' Courses) 691 .00 



$ 8,591.00 



(c) Office Staff 

C. C. Rous, Secretary at $3,100 (also in Regular Staff); on war service; 

contribution to Pension Fund $ 170.00 

Miss F. A. Cook. Secretar\- to the Dean 1,800.00 

Miss F. Ward, Assistant to the Secretary- at $1,200 (plus $200 addi- 
tional for duration of war) 1,400.00 

Miss H. Reid, Assistant Librarian, at $1,100; on war service from 26 

May 1,008.34 

Miss E. M. Bradley, Temporary Assistant in Library (part-time) 14 
weeks at $10, and Assistant Librarian (temporary) at $1,100 from 

1 June ' 231 . 66 

Mrs. C. Stockdale, Secretarial Assistant 1,000.00 

Miss L. Park. Cashier 1,200.00 

Miss F. I. Fulton, Clerk in Secretary's Office 1,000.00 



$ 7,810.00 
$ 85,189.04 



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123 



102. Laboratory and Infirmary Supplies, Apparatus and Equipment 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware $ 16.98 

Allan & Rollaston Ltd., frame 22.84 

Ante Bros., denture material 68.00 

Inen Ante, transparencies 32 . 50 

Ash Temple Co., tin foil, etc 1,838.05 

Baker Platinum of Canada, alloy 34.54 

Austin Dental Specialties, molar bands, etc 97.88 

Baker Ashdown Ltd., preparatory work 37. 80 

Baker & Co., platinaloy 66.88 

J. Haddon Barr, slides 10. 14 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., eye pieces, microscopes 1,095.20 

Brooks Marble Tile Co., mastic tile, repairs 49.00 

Burke Electric & X-ray Co., view box 27 . 50 

Karel Buyek. sterilizer 110.00 

Canadian Cellucotton Products, kleenex 29.77 

Canadian Hanson & \'an Winkle Co., pumice 114.48 

Canadian Laundry Machine, padding, soda, etc 395.51 

L. D. Caulk Co., cement-porcelain, etc 175.94 

W. Carveth & Co., repair microscope, etc 69.50 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, etc 494.76 

Chemistrv' Dept., student breakages 204.80 

A. A. Cockburn, towels, etc 64.20 

Columbia Dentoform Corporation, teeth, etc 72.84 

Corbett-Cowley, operation gowns, etc 339. 76 

Dalglish (Ontario) Ltd., soap, powder 10.99 

Denco (Ontario) Ltd., dental supplies 571 . 14 

Dental Products Corporation, dental supplies 342.42 

Dominion Dental Co., dental supplies 776.49 

Eastman Kodak Co., dental film, photo paper 54. 13 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film mounts, fixer, etc 664.04 

T. Eaton Co., curtains, cleaning supplies 187. 17 

Engineering Society, U. of T., detail paper 23.75 

R. Ferguson , plastic teeth 102 . 00 

D. Gestetner, paper 24. 18 

E. Green, Dental Supplies, supplies 428.46 

J. J. Guerrero, alloy, wire, solder 26.90 

Ralph Hargrave, anaesthetic, D. E. McFarlane 15.00 

J. F. Hartz Co., gloves, chemicals, etc 309.71 

Interlake Tissue Mills, napkins, etc 252.00 

Johnson & Johnson Ltd., absorbent cotton, etc 362.53 

.Johnson Matthey Co., matthinlay, etc 1,436.12 

N. Larson & Co., dental stoppers 14. 18 

Lehn & Fink (Canada) Ltd., lysol 12.37 

Arthur Levitt Dental Supply, blending, guides, cabinet 22.50 

Might Directories, directory 32.40 

S. McCord & Co., plaster of paris 378 . 00 

R. R. McDonald, microscope 80 . 00 

National Chemical & Drug Co., chemicals, etc 233 . 32 

National Refining Co., repairs, dental supplies 3,139.42 

Photographic Service, slides, etc 84 . 43 

Physics Department, student breakages , . . . 38.80 

Proctor & Gamble Co.. soap powder 112.49 

Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush Co., brushes 28.46 

Richmond Dental Mfg. Co., cotton pellets 144. 15 

Rocky Mountain Metal Products, welder ' 38.58 

Ella Skinner, dental nurses uniforms 484.89 

P. N. Soden, silex, etc 32. 10 

Toronto Dental Dealers, general dental supplies 522.73 

Toronto Jewellers Supply Co., saw blades 30.00 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., rental typewriters 105.00 

United Business Schools, used typewriters 397 . 50 

Victor X-ray Corporation, developing hanger 16. 10 

Wards Natural Science, skulls 55. 78 

S. S. White & Co.. dental supplies 1,563.82 

Whitex Surgical Supply Co., X-ray mounts 95.00 

Williams Gold Refining Co., gold, wire, tubes, etc 1,826.50 

G. H. Woods, paper cups 65. 16 

Zoology Dept., student breakages 85 . 75 

University Press, dental nurses kits 282.70 

Accounts under $10 (27) 140 . 53 



124 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery, S30.00; telephone, $34.00; sundries, $180.61 $ 244.61 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $126.29; labour, $1,343.60; material, 

$914.02 2,383 . 91 

$23,747.08 

Less credits: Gold sweepings S 692. 17 

Laboratory deposits 1,831 .85 

Sundries 548 . 66 



3,072.68 



$ 20,674.40 



103. General Expenses 

Stationery, printing, calendar, office supplies and incidentals ($1,851.78): 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., ink, coupons $ 47.60 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., filing cabinet, guides, etc 117.30 

Photographic Service, student photographs 18.00 

Postage 178.00 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbons, etc 58.50 

University Press, stationery, printing, binding, etc 1,402.71 

Accounts'under $10 (3) . . .' 14.82 

Sundry disbursements by department 14.85 

Extra-mural lectures, Ontario ($800.00): 

P. G. Anderson 50.00 

L H. Ante 290.00 

F. L. Cole 25.00 

R. G. Ellis 65.00 

R. J. Godfrey 15.00 

J. W. Graham 25.00 

W. T. Holmes , 35 . 00 

J. H. Johnson 55.00 

L. F. Krueger 25.00 

A. D. Mason 15.00 

S. M. Richardson 15.00 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons 90.00 

C. H. M. Williams 95.00 

American Association of Dental Schools 50.00 

$ 2,701.78 
Less received from Royal College of Dental Surgeons, for Extra- 
mural lectures 500 . 00 



$ 2,201.78 



104. Dental Building 

Fuel: 

Great Lake Coal Co $ 1,874.74 

Gas, $349.75; electric current, $2,478.33; water, $360.98 3,189.06 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 933.02 

Cleaning and Fireman: 

Fireman (Baker) 687 . 23 

W. Graham, overtime 4 . 50 

White Window Cleaning Co 34.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour ; . . . . 3.282.68 

Repairs and renewals: 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 74.54 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 10.00 

Dustbane Products, floor polishing machine. . ■ 202.50 

Mclntvre & Taylor, boiler parts 12 . 75 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,703.91; material, $553.65 2,257.56 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



125 



Caretaker. R. Eades, 2 mos $ 241 . 66 

\V. Graham, 10 mos 1.050.00 

$13,854.24 
Less credits: 

Sale of Fuel & Cinders $ 18.00 

Cleaning 9.50 

Paid by Dominion Government for use of Building 

for Technicians' Course 960.00 

987.50 



$ 12,866.74 
$120,931.96 



XI. FACULTY OF HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE 
105. Salaries 

(a) Household Science: 

Miss J. Brodie, Professor (with rooms, heat and light, valued at 

$280) $ 4.200.00 

Assistaint Professors: 

Miss A. C. Willard (paid also $30 for Extension Work) 3,450.00 

Miss E. W. Park (paid also $10 for Extension Work) 2,800.00 

Miss J. S. Roberts (paid also $10 for Extension Work) 2.600.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss D. E. Mulholland 1,900.00 

Miss H. R. Coatsworth (part-time) 1,050.00 

Miss D. E. Hunter (paid also $20 for Extension Work) 1,800.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Mrs. K. M. Elliott, 1 month 100.00 

Miss M. Foster, 7 mos 700.00 

Miss B. F. Hollyman 800.00 

Miss B. \'. R. Broadfoot, Research Assistant (Sessional) 1,000.00 

$20,400.00 
Charged to Massey Treble Bequest. 3,000.00 

(b) Food Chemistry: 

Dr. C. C. Benson, Professor, also Secretary- to the Facultv (with 

rooms, heat and light valued at $280) ' $ 4,200.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Dr. M. Doreen Smith 1,750.00 

Miss E. I. Walker 1,750.00 

Miss E. J. Reed, Instructor (Sessional) 1,500.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss R. V. Dexter 800.00 

Miss Marion \'anstone, 3 mos., 24 days, (part-time) 169.46 

Mrs. Jean R.,Butterfield, 3 mos., 1 week, at $50 per month 

(part-time) 161.30 

Miss D. M. Lindsley, 1 month (part-time; paid also as Clerical 

Assistant) ....'..... 62 . 50 



$ 17.400.00 



$ 10,393.26 
$ 27,793.26 



106. Household Science 



Laboratory Attendance ($1,522.00): 

Mrs. L. Camerson $ 678.00 

Mrs. J. McPhail 150.00 

Mrs. E. Stroud 694.00 



126 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Laboratory Supplies ($1,768.56): 

Acme Farmers Dairy, milk $ 229 . 43 

Anatomy Dept., soap flakes 10 . 40 

Borden Co., dried milk 13.72 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals 112.67 

Central Scientific Co., glassware 57 . 95 

T. Eaton Co., crockery', glassware, utensils 145.40 

G. A. Hardie Co., towels 26.88 

Lever Bros., soap 25 . 57 

Marshall & Co., provisions 127.65 

National Grocers Co., provisions 332 . 11 

J. & W. R. Scott, provisions 545.00 

Robert Simpson Co., tumblers, saucepans, utensils 74.35 

Accounts under $10 (3) 10.19 

Superintendent's Dept., materials 57.24 

Equipment and incidentals ($127.57): 

Eastern Rug Cleaning Co., cleaning 31 . 73 

Frigidaire Products, repairs, service 40.26 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, repairs 16.00 

Accounts under $10 (2) 2 . 55 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $30.42; material, $6.61 37.03 



$ 3,418.13 
Less credits: Laboratory deposits 326.82 



$ 3,091.31 



107. Food Chemistry 

Maintenance ($782.09): 

Fred C. Baker Co., thermometers $ 26 . 25 

British Drug Houses, drugs, chemicals 17.61 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, pumps, glassware, etc 142.00 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, etc 253.94 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning supplies 11 . 78 

Merck & Co., chemicals 31 . 53 

Ontario Rubber Co., tubing 10 . 66 

Thos. Pocklington Ltd., repairs 10 . 00 

Robert Simpson Co., towels 16 , 20 

University Press, text books 13.67 

Accounts under $10 (7) 24.54 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery, $26.40; telephone, $25.00; sundries, $22.98 74.38 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, .30; labour, $84.73; material, 

$64.50 149.53 

Laboratory attendance ($1,191.80): 

Mrs. R. Berry 400.00 

Mrs. L Scott 791 . 80 

$ 1,973.89 

Less credit : Laboratory deposits 290 . 93 



108. General Expenses 

Stationery, printing, office supplies and incidentals ($238.85): 

D. Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., ink, paper $ 21 . 19 

Grand & Toy Ltd., steel file ; . . . . 41 .00 

Postage . 19.00 

University Press, envelopes, calendars, printing 143.50 

Accounts under $10 (4) 8.05 

Sundry disbursements by department 6.11 



$ 1,682.96 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 127 

Clerical Assistance ($1,684.00): 

Mrs. Jean Butterfield $ 15.00 

Miss E. E. Cross 1,100.00 

Miss E. S. Dewar 75.00 

Mrs. D. Hamar 44.00 

Miss M. Hargreaves 150.00 

Miss D. M. Lindsley 200.00 

Miss M. B. McCall 100.00 

$ 1,922.85 



109. Household Science Building 

Heat and light $ 3,665 . 99 

Gas, $234.17; water, $297.99; fuel, $25.60 557.76 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 269.82 

Cleaning ($1,855.29): 

White Window Cleaning Co 27. 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,827.79 

Repairs and renewals ($1,500.00): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 18.35 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., resetting tile, etc 54. 18 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 5 .00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., temperature control 39*07 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $978.66; material, $404.74 1,383.40 

Caretaker, A. J. Maycock (with rooms, heat and light valued at $420.00) 

12 mos 1,200.00 

$ 9,048.86 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant .... $3,665 . 99 

Credit for cleaning, etc 9 . 90 

3,675.89 



$ 5,372.97 
$ 39,863.35 



XII. FACULTY OF FORESTRY 

110. Salaries 

Professor and Dean of Faculty, at $6,000: 

G. G. Cosens, from 1 August (paid also $333.33 as Associate 

Professor) $ 5,500 .00 

C. D. Howe, retired 30 July 500.00 

Professors : 

J. H. White 5,200.00 

T. W. Dwight 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

G. G. Cosens at $4,000, 1 month (paid also as Professor and Dean) 333.33 
R. C. Hosie 3,800.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional) : 

F. S. Freeman 25.00 

A. J. Dunn 10.00 

Miss G. McAree, Librarian and Staff Secretary 1,300.00 



$ 21,168.33 



111. Maintenance of Department 

Apparatus and Laboratory supplies ($232.44): 

Bausch & Lomb, pocket magnifiers $ 20.25 

Ocean Chemicals, cleaning, mothproofing 22. 18 

Ofiice Specialty Mfg. Co., chairs 43.50 



128 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Photographic Service, negatives, prints, photostats $ 14.72 

Universitv Press, paper clips, folders, .etc 36.99 

Accounts'under $10 (4) 18.04 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $52.88; material, $21.30; freight, 

S2.58 76. 76 

Office Supplies, printing, calendar, postage and incidentals ($330.23): 

Freeland Studio, photographs 11 .00 

Universitv Press, pencils, calendars, printing 222. 15 

Postage. .' 50.00 

Accounts under $10 (8) 22.21 

Sundr^■ disbursements by department: 

Telephone, $14.87; sundries, $10.00 24.87 

Practice Camp Supplies, travel, etc. ($1,283.19): 

Dean G. G. Cosens, travelling expenses 66.80 

Professor T. \V. Dwight, travelling expenses 251 .72 

Sherwood Camp (C. W. Irwin) camp services 894.05 

Accounts under $10 (3) 12 . 66 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $9.50; material, $48.46 57.96 

Laboratory Assistance ($428.00) : 

R. H. Denison, 17 weeks 353.00 

T. L. Rowe 75.00 

$ 2,273.86 

Less received from students for board $673.05 

Laboratory deposits 31 . 90 



704.95 



$ 1,568.91 



112. Forestry Building 

Heat and light $ 1,042.98 

Gas, $9.00; water, $9.59 18.59 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 70.28 

Cleaning (-5335.90): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 4.90 

White Window Cleaning Co 16.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 315.00 

Repairs and renewals ($1,762.98): 

Canadian Powers Regulator, repairs 1 . 25 

Suoerintendent's Dept., labour, $200.73; material, $61.00 261 .73 

Caretaker, salary'. 12 mos., (overtime $26.50) 1,500.00 

$ 3,230.73 

Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 1,042.98 



XII L FACULTY OF MUSIC 
113. Salaries 

Sir Ernest MacMillan, Dean (without salary) 

Professors: 

Healey Willan at $4,000 of which $2,000 paid by Toronto Con- 

ser^•ator>' of Music $ 2,000.00 

Leo Smith 1,500.00 

J. Leland Richardson, Carillonneur 650.00 

Miss A. MacGillivray, Secretary (also Secretary to the President) . . . . 250.00 



$ 2,187.75 
$ 24,924.99 



$ 4,400.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 129 

114. Maintenance of Department 

Printing, Calendar, postage and incidentals: 

Postage $ 20 . 00 

University Press, stationery 77 . 16 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., folders, etc 1 1 . 20 

$ 108.36 



115. Special 

Grant to Toronto Conservatory of Music S 11,000.00 



S 15,508.36 



XIV. SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES 
116. Salaries 

G. S. Brett, Dean (also in Faculty of Arts) $ 1,000.00 

Miss N. MacKenzie, Secretary 2,200.00 

Miss J. Gordon, Stenographer 900.00 



S 4,100.00 



117. Maintenance of Department 

Stationery and Office Supplies: 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., steel cabinet, cards S 68.70 

Postage. 43 .00 

University Press, stationerv, calendar, etc 255.97 

Accounts under $10 (2) . . .' 7 . 62 

Clerical Assistance: 

Miss E. Ridge, Secretariat, Board of Examiners for Professional 

Degrees, S50.00; expenses, -$1.80 51 .80 



XV. SCHOOL OF NURSING 

118. Salaries 

Miss E. K. Russell, Director S 3,600.00 

Miss F. H. M. Emory, Associate Director and Supervisor of Courses 

for Graduate Nurses; also Lecturer in Public Health Nursing. . . . 3.000.00 

Lecturers: 

Miss W. L. Chute, Science and Nursing 2,300.00 

Miss N. D. Fidler, Nursing; also Supervisor of Courses in Teaching 

and Supervision for Graduate Nurses 2,300.00 

Miss M. B. Millnian, Public Health Nursing: also Supervisor of 

Field Practice in Public Health Nursing 2,300.00 

Miss M. Jean Wilson, Nursing: also Clinical Instructor in Hospital 

(with living allowance valued at S400) 1,500.00 

Miss B. Boulter, Assistant Clinical Instructor from 24 November to 

30 June, at $120 per month 868.00 

Miss Marion E. Waddell. Dietitian-Housekeeper (with living allowance 

valued at $400) 1,200.00 

Miss N. K. C. Kenney. Supervisor of Health Ser\ice and Residence 

Nurse (with living allowance valued at $400) 1,080.00 

Miss E. N. L. Mortimer, Secretar\--Librarian 1,800.00 

Mrs. Margaret Monkhouse. Clerical Assistant. 10 mos. at $80 per mo. 800.00 

Mrs. E. H. Troop, Office Clerk, 2 mos. at $80 per month 160.00 



427.09 



$ 4,527.09 



$ 20,908.00 



130 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



119. Special Teaching 



Hospitals and Public Health Organizations ($1,711.83): 

Dr. H . Agnew 

Dr. K. S. Bernhardt 

Board of Education 

Board of Health 

Dr. William Boyd 

Brantford General Hospital 

Miss M. Buck 

Canadian Red Cross Association 

Dr. O. A. Cannon 

W. A. Cantelon 

Catholic Welfare Bureau 

Dr. J. H. Couch 

Dr. E. D. Cruickshank 

Dr. J. G. Cunningham 

Miss M. Dulmage 

George Edmunds 

Miss Emony 

James Govan 

Dr. R. Hare 

John Hornell 

Jewish Welfare Bureau 

Dr. F. A. Logan 

R. W. Longmore 

Miss Jean Masten 

Miss Muriel McKay 

Dr. Malcolm T. MacEachern 

Miss E. M. McKee 

Me tropolitan Health Committee 

Miss Edna Moore 

Miss W. Moyle 

Dr. C. R. Myers 

Neighbourhood Workers Association 

Norfolk General Hospital Simcoe 

Public Health Nursing Committee 

Roseland Health District 

Critic Teachers in City Schools, etc., for practice reaching purposes: 

Dr. W. A. Scott 

Dr. Clayton Smith 

St. Elizabeth \'isiting Nurses Association. 

A. J. Swanson 

Victorian Order of Nurses 

Dr. W. K. Welsh 

J. S. Willis. 

Dr. Wright Young 

University Departments, Special Lecturers ($4,097.72): 

Miss M. Bell 

Board of Education 

Dr. Gordon Boles 

Brantford General Hospital 

Dr. Alan Brown 

Dr. W. E. Brown 

Miss J. E. Browne 

E. de \'. Clarke 

Dr. J. H. Couch 

Dr. M. A. Cox 

Miss E. Cryderman 

Department of Anatomy 

Department of Psychology 

Dr. H. K. Detweiler 

Dr. H. A. Dixon '. 

Dr. W. J. Dobbie 

Miss M. Dulmage 

Dr. N. L. Easton 

Dr. J. H. Ebbs 

Dr. J. H. Elliott 



; 50 


,00 


20.00 


5 


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160 


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120 


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15 


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20 


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60 


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43 


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10 


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20 


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15 


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10 


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10 


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10 


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10 


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116 


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10 


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20.00 


30 


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45 


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25 


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5 


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82 


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410 


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115 


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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



131 



Dr. G. A. Fee 

Dr. W. K. Fenton 

Dr. H. N. C. Ford 

Gray Coach Lines 

Hamilton General Hospital 

Dr. Beverly Hannah 

Dr. R. Hare 

Miss M. Harlow 

Mrs. G. C. Hewson , 

Miss E. Hickev 

Dr. C. E. HilL 

Dr. C. M. Hincks. . 

Hospital for Sick Children 

Hospital Social Service Dept., Toronto General 

Dr. Mary Jackson 

Dr. J. F. A. Johnston 

Dr. J. D. Keith 

Dr. J. D. Ketchum 

Miss J .Kniseley 

Mrs. Francis Lauchland 

Miss R. E. Leavens 

Dr. E. P. Lewis 

Dr. J. H. Long 

Miss G. Lovell 

Miss J. D. Masten 

Miss J. X. C. Maxwell 

Dr. J. L. McDonald 

Dr. E. W. McHenry 

Miss M. McKay 

Miss E. L. Moore 

Dr. G. \'. Morton 

Dr. Treavor Owen 

Miss H. Pennock 

Dr. L. A. Pequegnat 

Dr. J. T. Phair 

Dr. C. E. Phillips 

Miss Alma Reid 

Dr. T. A. Robinson 

Dr. E. S. Ryerson 

M iss M . Scarratt 

Miss Ruth M. Scott 

Shaw Business Schools 

Dr. L. \. Silverthorn 

Miss Doris Snyder 

St. John Ambulance Association 

St. Michael's Hospital 

Toronto General Hospital 

Toronto Psychiatry Hospital 

Toronto Western Hospital 

Miss L. Tucker 

Dr. W. L. \'alens 

Dr. H. B. \an Wvck 

Dr. N. T. Wadland 

Miss Christine Wallace 

Miss J. C. Watt. . 

Miss Margaret Weiker . 

Miss ^L Westcott 

Miss ^L B. Willett 

Miss C. E. Williamson 

Miss ^L Wilson 

Miss M. Winter 

Dr. D. E. S. Wishart . 

Women's College Hospital 

Mrs. Florence E. Woodcock 



5 10.00 
10.00 
300.00 
101 20 
10.00 
90.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 
20.00 
35.00 
10.00 
10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
40.00 
15.00 
80.00 
76.00 
10.00 
30.00 
10.00 
10.00 

8.00 
20.00 
30.00 
10.00 
50.00 
40.00 
115.00 

5.00 

10.00 

70.00 

200 . 00 

5.00 
15.00 
10.00 
25.00 
108.02 
124.50 
15.00 

5.00 

18.00 

40.00 

112.50 

12.50 

60.00 

10.00 

100.00 

115.00 

5.00 

150.00 

10.00 

5.00 
25.00 

3.00 

7.00 

5.00 
10.00 
15.00 
10.00 
60.00 



S 5,809.55 



120. School Maintenance 

Office supplies, printing, postage and incidentals ($1,901.79): 

D. Gestetner, multigraphing, Gestetner, etc 

Fees Refund, Miss J. E. Allen 



292.66 
63.00 



132 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Mrs. Margaret Monkhouse, part-time work $ 56.00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet, handles, cases 19.30 

Postage ■ ; 145.00 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections, ribbons 13.20 

University Press, stationery, blotters, etc 560. 48 

Accounts under SIO (5) 26.40 

Mrs. Marion Watson, part-time work 658.20 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery $45.07; telephone, $4.62; sundries, $17.27 66.96 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, .40; material, .19 .59 

Classroom equipment and supplies, library and advertising ($169.17): 

Associated Screen News Ltd., rental of typewriter 15.00 

Canadian Red Cross Society, books 22 . 50 

T. Eaton Co., magazines, books 12.62 

Accounts under $10 (29) 117.72 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, .83; labour, .50 1 .33 

Graduation Expenses and Fellowship Payments ($118.86): 

Birks Ellis Ryrie Ltd., graduation pins 112.50 

Globe and Mail, advertising 1-50 

University Press, supplies 4.86 

Travelling and entertainment, etc.. Examinations of Domestic 
Staff ($289.00) : 

Miss F. H. Henry, travelling expenses, Montreal Nurses Association 33 . 80 

Dr. J. G. Falconer, professional services 15.00 

Miss N. D. F. Fidler, travelling expenses, London, Brantford, 

Montreal 41.15 

Miss M. B. Millman, travelling expenses, Windsor return 23.50 

Miss E. K. Russell, travelling expenses, Ottawa, etc ." 80.75 

Miss Ruth Scott, accommodation at Alexandra Apts 15.00 

F. C. Silvester, musical leadership 50.00 

Eric Tredwell, musical assistance 10.00 

Miss ^L J. Wilson, travelling expenses, Montreal 19.80 



$ 2,478.82 



200.00 



121. Residence Maintenance 

Residence Physician: 

Dr. J. G. Falconer 

Wages, food, laundry and miscellaneous ($16,599.85): 

Pay lists, wages of maids, etc 5,386 . 41 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 304.22 

Baker Bredin Bakeries, bread 245 . 81 

Canada Bread Co., bread 94.79 

Canada Packers Ltd., provisions 470.44 

Christie Brown & Co., cakes, etc 159.91 

Club Coffee Co., tea, coffee 313.96 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning, supplies, towels, etc 376.52 

Fitzgerald & McEvoy, frame, clips 21 .63 

Gibson's Cleaners Ltd., cleaning drapes, ptc 148 . 54 

S. Gumpert Co., of Canada Ltd 17.55 

H. J. Heinz Co., pickles, etc 120.74 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., gauze, thermometer 61 .03 

Karrys Bros. Ltd., grape fruit juice, etc 167. 10 

Kelvinator Co., repairs, etc 21 . 55 

Kraft Cheese Co., cheese 187.80 

S. Lightfoot & Son, vegetables, fruit, etc 190.00 

Lines Limited, meat, eggs, etc 1,154.06 

Marshall Co., butter, etc 741 . 37 

S. A. Monk, plants, labour 10 . 00 

National Grocers Ltd., provisions 1,640. 11 

William Neilson Ltd., ice cream, etc 218.88 

Niagara Glen Products, fruits 166.50 

Pacific Mills Ltd., tissue toilet 112.00 

Parisian Laundry Co., laundry 141 .95 

Red Wing Orchards, apples, apple juice 19.05 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 133 



Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery $30.00; telephone, $50.00; sundries, $72.61 $ 152.61 

Salada Tea Co., tea 55 . 55 

Silverwood Toronto Dairy, milk, butter, etc 1,120.55 

St. Lawrence Fish Market, fish 221 . 43 

Thomson Groceries, groceries 22 . 00 

Toronto Star Ltd., advertising 12.56 

West Disinfecting Co.. disinfectants 22. 10 

White & Co., fruit, vegetables, etc 1,210.23 

John H. Wickson, meat, provisions 1,134.39 

G. H. Woods & Co., cups, etc 14.62 

Accounts under $10 (11) 50.39 

Superintendent's Dept., material, $58.84; labour, $32.66 91 .50 

Furnishings and replacements ($1,221.41): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 12.00 

Browns Upholstery, repairs to chair 26.00 

Canadian Tumbler Co., glassware 45. 19 

Dominion Furniture Co., desk, chest of drawers 28.00 

T. Eaton Co., linoleum, slip covers, etc 930.73 

John Kay Co., rugs 30.00 

National Grocers Ltd., bread slicers, etc 75 .00 

Robert Simpson Ltd., percolators, etc 25 . 74 

Toronto Hydro Electric Co., toasters 24.80 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $14.02; material, $9.93 23.95 



$ 18,021.26 



122. Contingencies 

(Nothing Spent) 



123. Maintenance of Building (No. 7 Queen's Park) 

Fuel ($1,219.65): 

Department of Public Works, heat $ 1 ,200 . 00 

Elias Rogers Co., fuel 19.65 

Water, $188.60; electric current, $360.69; gas, $303.77. 853,06 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., materials 178.94 

Repairs and renewals ($2,646.23): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades ' 30.85 

J. D. Ryder, cleaning fire places 15.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,715.52; material. $884.86 2,600.38 

Sundries: 

Bell Telephone Co., service 468.49 

Caretaker ($1,313.68): 

T. Marriott, 6 mos 675 . 00 

E. Marriott, 13 weeks 638.68 

$ 6,680.05 

$ 53,897.68 

Charged to Revenue 1941-42 9,500.00 

Charged to Rockefeller Fund 44,397 . 68 

$ 53,897.68 



134 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

X\I. SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK 

124. Salaries 

S. K. Jaffary, Director and Associate Professor $ 3,900.00 

Miss A. C. SicGregor, Associate Director and Assistant Professor . . . . 2,800.00 

Miss B. ^L Finlayson, Assistant Professor 2,600.00 

D. G. McCullagh, Lecturer (Sessional) 2,000.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

Dr. Margaret K. Strong (including $60 paid from Special Fund) 210.00 

Miss Nora Lea (paid also SlOO for Extension Work) 150.00 

Miss M. Bell 75.00 

M. H. Cohn 75.00 

Dr. H. Cruikshank 75.00 

R. E. Mills 75.00 

Miss C. E. Whitton 50.00 

Miss A. F. Car^;er 50.00 

Miss Mae Fleming 37 . 50 

B. W. Heise 37.50 

Part-time Assistants in Case Work (Sessional) : 

Miss D. Hobden .- 350.00 

Miss B. Gemmell 300.00 

Miss E. B. Bambridge, Secretary-Librarian 1,475.00 

$14,260.00 

Less paid from Special Fund 60 . 00 

$ 14,200.00 

125. Maintenance of Department 

Office supplies, printing, calendar, postage and incidentals ($645.73): 

American Association of Schools for Social Work, membership dues $ 111 .28 

General Office Furniture Co., desk, chair 32 . 50 

Mrs. Lillian Kay, 3 weeks, 4)^ days 65.50 

Postage 98.50 

Miss B. Rosengren, 19 days 38. 76 

University Press, folders, letterheads, calendars 233.09 

Accounts'under $10 (7) 28.85 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery and Books, $8.70; telephone and telegrams, $7.40; 

sundries, $15.65 31 .75 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $5.50 5.50 

Departmental Library- ($241.51): 

Miss E. Elliott, library' assistant 75.00 

"The Family, " salesman bulletins 11 . 74 

University of Chicago Press, subscription 11 .68 

W. J. Whale, repair chair, etc 13.25 

UniversFty Press, books, etc 28. 85 

Accounts under $10 (28) 100.99 



$ 887.24 
$ 15,087.24 



XVIL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION AND PUBLICITY 
126. Salaries 

W. J. Dunlop, Director $ 5,500.00 

B. W. Sharpe, Assistant Director 2,800.00 

Assistants : 

Miss D. deF. Milner (paid also $57 as Attendant, Evening Classes) 1,600.00 

Miss Grace Anderson, resigned as of 30 June 1,550.00 

R. P. Brown, Clerk, at $1,250; 11 mos. (paid also $24 as Attendant, 

Evening Classes) 1,145,84 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



135 



Stenographers: 

Miss L. B. Alexander (paid also $33 as Attendant, Evening Classes) $ 1,250.00 
Miss B. W. McClennan (paid also $7.50 as Attendant, Evening 

Classes) 1,100.00 

Miss M. E. Drummond (paid also $57 as Attendant, Evening 

Classes) 900.00 

Miss B. Kingston at $900 per annum from 1 January (paid also $21 

as Attendant, Evening Classes) 450.00 

Miss K. M. Davis, at $850 per annum from 1 January 425.00 

Mrs. Mona A. Colesberry at $850; resigned 30 November (paid 

also $30 as Attendant, Evening Classes) 354. 16 

Miss \'. E. Nichol at $900; Yi month, resigned 37.50 

$ 17,112.50 
Less paid by the Canadian Legion Services 170.00 



$ 16,942.50 



127. Maintenance of Department 

(a) Extension: 

Instructors ($55,534.20): 

Mrs. M. R. Abel $ 600.00 

E. A. Allcut 200.00 

J. G. Anderson 58.00 

R. W. Angus 10.00 

Mrs. M. Arnold 300.00 

R. G. Armour 50.00 

G. L. Assie 200.00 

D. W. Atchison ." 300.00 

F. C. Auld 220.00 

J. J. Bailey 29.00 

J. W. Bain 10.00 

W. Baird 124.00 

H. D. Ball 75.00 

Miss C. Baldock 100.00 

F. L. Balmer 50.00 

Miss J. G. Balthazard 350.00 

L. S. Beattie 70.00 

S. Beattv ' 10.00 

D. C. Bell 5.00 

E. S. W. Belgia 150.00 

W. G. Bennett 13.00 

B. Berlin 200.00 

K. S. Bernhardt 470.00 

H. Beveridge 220.00 

A. E. Birney 720 . 00 

V. W. Bladen 576.00 

H. Boeschenstein 216.00 

Mrs. H. Bott 200.00 

G. N. Bramfitt 200.00 

E. A. Brootin 40.00 

Miss M. Brookstone 563.00 

G. W. Brown 454.00 

W. J. Brown 155.00 

A.Brady ■ 10.00 

F. Blair 150.00 

Miss E. Bowling 50.00 

Miss J. Brodie 20.00 

N. A. Briscoe 82.01 

Miss G. Brown 90.00 

F. H. Buck 220.00 

F. M. Bulmer 5.00 

J. Buchan 10.00 

W. Burridge 64.00 

E. F. Burton 210.00 

R. W. Burton 250.00 

J. Cano 400.00 

S. De Champ 200.00 

G. A. Cline 140.00 

Miss F. Cowie 120 . 00 



136 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

H. S. M. Coxeter $ 420.00 

Miss A. C. Cole : 168.00 

H. G. Colebrook. . . . . 10.00 

Community Life Training Centre 600.00 

J. O. Cook 50.00 

D. G. Creighton 156.00 

A. G. Croa! 280.00 

F. R. Crocombe 440.00 

Aliss K. M. Crossley 266. 67 

W. G. Cross 160.00 

J. G. Cunningham 5.00 

Miss M. S. Davis 139.40 

N. Dean 20.00 

D. B. de Lury 300.00 

Department of Physics 400 . 00 

D. Despard 1,200.00 

E. L. Dodington 180.00 

Miss E. Edwards 150.00 

J. M. Elson 400.00 

J. G. Elliott 30.00 

J. G. Falconer 40.00 

E. G. Faludo 100.00 

B. Ferrari 920.00 

E. Fidlar 450.00 

G. W. Fitzgerald 200.00 

V. C. Fowke 420.00 

Miss M. Finlay 300.00 

Mrs. R. M. Franks 200.00 

\V. G. Frisby 200.00 

A. Frumken 22.50 

W. J. Gardiner 500.00 

Mrs. D. Gaterd 33.00 

R. K. George 62.50 

A. Gibson 1,200.00 

T. B. Godfrey 200.00 

F. A. Goudge 420.00 

F. W. Graham 5.00 

J. W. Graham 30.00 

H. A. Grainger 70 . 50 

R. R. Grant 150.00 

F. R. Griffin 10.00 

Miss R. Haldenby 27.00 

J. E. M. Hancock 220.00 

C. W. M. Hart 200.00 

Miss K. Harris • 328.00 

H. G. Harvey 85.00 

K. Hilleimer 310.00 

V. L. Henderson 160.00 

Mrs. A. E. Hewitt 100.00 

P. K. Heywood 10.00 

Miss R. Hills 1,898.95 

F. J. Horwood 200.00 

J. Houpert 520.00 

G. W. Howland 180.00 

Hospital for Sick Children 50.00 

A. E. Hulse 54.95 

H. L. Humphreys 420.00 

Miss E. Hunter 20.00 

F. P. Ide 382.00 

H. A. Innis 120.00 

Institute of Child Study 200.00 

Miss E. Jackes 90.00 

E. Johnson 200.00 

L. E. Jones 160.00 

D. G. Joy 200.00 

A. G. Keel 117.50 

W. S. Keith 30.00 

J. D. Ketchum 300.00 

Mrs. J. Kidd 300.00 

A. Lacey 424.00 

J. B. Laidlaw 132.22 . 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 137 



R. C. Langeville $ 150.00 

B. Laskin 100.00 

J. E. Laughlin 200.00 

Miss N. Lea 100.00 

C. W. Leslie 156.00 

Miss H. P. LeVesconte •. 600.00 

H. A. Logan 116.00 

Miss T. Louden 1,200.00 

F. J. Lewis 20.00 

W. Lime 420.00 

Miss E. Lvnch 30.00 

H. Mabson 10.00 

J. Marshal 300.00 

E. J. Marnell 10.00 

Miss E. N. Martin 200.00 

C. Martin 10.00 

S. F. Marne 70.00 

John \\\ Melson 300.00 

H. S. Mendelsohn 100.00 

J. H. Mills 9.00 

A. D. Misener 120.00 

L. J. Morgan 200.00 

N. L. Murch 36.00 

C. R. Mvers •. . . 420.00 

H. R. MacCallum-. 300.00 

J. F. MacDonald 420.00 

Miss M. D. MacDonald 180.00 

D. C. MacGregor 320.00 

J. R. MacGillivray 290.00 

W. T- McCurdy 420.00 

D. j. McDougall 456.00 

J. A. McGeachy 120.00 

R. B. Mclntyre 1,750.00 

J. Campbell Mclnnis 400.00 

A. T. McLachlan 1,200.00 

G. A. McMullen 600.00 

Miss H. McMurrich 200.00 

Miss K. McMurrich 75.00 

M. P. McNair 91 . 96 

Miss M. C. Needier 15.00 

H. Nelson 84.15 

J. A. Newcombe 350.00 

P. W. Gates 167.50 

V. K. Okulitch 280.00 

D. N. Omand 50.00 

Ontario College of Art 900 . 00 

J. Packam 210.00 

Miss E. W. Park 10.00 

Miss A. H. Parsons 400.00 

J. Patterson - 150 . 00 

N. Penlington 75 . 00 

E. M. Plant 38.50 

E. J. Pratt 200.00 

A. G. Penard ' 10.00 

0. A. Peterson 49 . 55 

P. A. Petrie 30.00 

C. Potter 18.40 

1. R. Pounder 12.00 

D. F. Putnam 255.00 

Miss F. M. Quinlan 266.67 

J- J. Rae 386.00 

G. Raymer 300.00 

W. J. M. Redwood 20.00 

R. G. Riddell 380.00 

Miss J. Roberts 10.00 

J. D. Robins 200.00 

S. Robinson 10 . 00 



138 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



0. P. Robinson $ 75.77 

K. H. Rogers 200.00 

1. R. Pounder 200.00 

R. J. Reillv 255.00 

Miss M. E. Rugg 3.00 

J. R. Rulledge • 10.00 

J. H. Rvan 300.00 

E. S. Rverson 200.00 

R. M. Saunders 630.00 

J. Satterly 373.33 

School of Nursing 180.00 

A. Slyfield 150.00 

Miss F. Smith 838.00 

E. A. Smith 600.00 

D. Snedden 75.00 

E. E. Sparrow 10.00 

B. M. SpringhiU 200.00 

W. M. Sparles 100.00 

G. G. Steele 200.00 

B. P. Sullivan 258.00 

H. P. Sutton 27.00 

J. H. Suvdam 10.00 

M. D. C. Tait 15.00 

G. Taylor 510.00 

J. E. Thompson 140.00 

S. L. Thompson 200.00 

S. A. Thomson 40.00 

G. Torrens 32.50 

Toronto Association of Occupational Therapy 475 . 00 

Toronto Consersatory of Music 100.00 

W. H. Tuthevvav 420.00 

Miss M. E. G. Waddell 420.00 

C. W. Wagner 255.00 

Miss M. Walkden 1,840.00 

W. Wightman 50 . 00 

W. Wilkinson 10.00 

Miss A. C. Willard 30.00 

0. C. Williams 200.00 

1. L. Wilson 266.67 

Alex Wingfield 200.00 

Miss M. Winspear 200.00 

R. M. W^inter 150.00 

Miss F. E. Woodcock 1,200.00 

Attendants ($1,235.80): 

Miss L. B. Alexander 

Miss G. Anderson 

F. Baker 

F. Borebank 

R. P. Brown 

D . Bryan - 

Mrs. W. G. Campbell 

A. Clarke 

Mrs. M. Colesbury 

Miss K. Davis 

Miss M. Drummond 

R. Grant 

W. Hamilton 

M iss M . M . Hargreaves 

H. Hill 

Miss B. Kingston .^. . . . 

Miss B. W. McClennan 

Miss J. McClennan 

J. McCormick 

A. J. Maycock 

Miss D. de F. Milner 

W. Van Ark 

Mrs. A. Yates 



33.00 

100.00 
49.15 
67.10 
24.00 
40.50 
28.50 

141.50 
66.00 
6.00 
57.00 
40.50 
37.50 
81.00 
2.50 
36.00 
15.00 
16.50 

154.00 
34.25 
57.00 
46.75 

102.05 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



139 



APPORTIONMENT OF THE FOREGOING 



Instructors Attend- 
ants 



Travel- 
ling 
Expenses 



Totals 



Summer Courses $9,265.00 

Teachers' Courses 6,440.46 

Correspondence Courses 2,731 .00 

Evening Classes 9,336. 15 

Rural Tutorial Courses 925.00 

W.E.A. etc 2,590.00 

Short Courses 436.27 

Aerial Navigation 4,570 . 00 

Occupational Therapy 9,676.10 

Physiotherapy 7,519.97 

Business Courses 1,498.24 



363.11 






S 9,628.11 


149.54 






6,590.00 
2,731.00 


586.40 






9,922.55 
925.00 


136.75 






2,726.75 




.$ 326 


.27 


762.54 
4,570.00 
9,676.10 
7,519.97 




219. 


74 


1.717.98 



Remuneration to Instructors, Attendants, etc., as detailed above $56,770.00 

Sundry expenses: 

Teachers' Courses ($44.24): 

Chas. Potter 18.40 

Photographic Service, slides 20.00 

University Press, printing, stationer>' 5.84 

Evening Classes ($105.78): 

Photographic Service, slides 70.00 

Rainbow Lantern Slide Co., slides 13.82 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 21 . 96 

Worker's Educational Association: 

Miss L. Greene, clerical assistant 1,043.32 

Short Courses ($93.70): 

Municipal World, advertising 20.00 

Stenotype Reporting Bureau, reporting 73.70 

Aerial Navigation ($256.04) : 

Link Mfg. Co., repairs to trainer 15.32 

J. E. Price, repairs to trainer 60. 68 

Royde & Edwards, repairs to instrument 138.60 

Wholesale Radio, parts 2. 13 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $23.20; material, $16.11 .... 39.31 

Occupational Therapy ($393.66): 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., balopticon 120.00 

J. W. Hutchison & Son, repairs 93.00 

J. H. Ryan, binding 13.50 

Ryerson Press, screen 32 . 50 

Toronto Association of Occupational Therapy, looms 44.75 

Superintendent's Dept., material 89.91 

Physiotherapy ($207.70): 

T. Eaton Co., desk, chair 38.70 

Allen Mfg. Co.. laundry ■ 13.67 

J. A. Madsen Mfg. Co., belts 132.30 

A. Savwell, straps 16.80 

J. H.'Ryan, binding 6.00 

Superintendent's Dept., material .23 

Business Courses ($329.16): 

D. Gestetner, stencils 29.16 

University Press, printing 300.00 

Canadian Association for Adult Education 1,000.00 

Books for loan to Extension students ($86.42): 

J. H. Ryan, rebinding books 15.00 

University Press, books 40. 73 

Accounts'under $10 (6) ... 29. 18 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 1 .51 



140 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Office Expenses ($3.944.32) : 

Business Furniture Co.. rental of typewriter stands $ 22.50 

Canadian National Railway, telegrams 15. 11 

Canadian Pacific Railway, telegrams 10. 13 

D. Gestetner, ink, paper, stencils, etc 1,443.53 

Pay List 13.51 

Postage 800.00 

Robbins & Townsend, rental of typewriter 114.95 

W. R. Shortt, staples. 10.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 1,493.03 

Accounts'under $10 (2) 9.50 

Sundry disbursements by Dept.: 

Telephones, S8.00; sundries, $12.64 20.64 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 1 .42 

Extra Clerical Help ($1,918.57): 

Miss Joan Clarke 37.50 

Mrs. Mona Colesburv 498. 66 

Miss K. Davis ' 297.50 

Miss M. Hargreaves 370.00 

Miss M. Kellv 37.50 

Miss B. Kingston 419.00 

Miss J. McClennan 213.41 

Miss E. Walker 45.00 

(b) Publicity: 

Advertising and Announcements ($1,726.73): 

Argue Magazine Sault Ste. Marie 10.00 

Aeta Nostree, Guelph Collegiate 7.00 

Aeta Studentium, X'aughan Rd 14.00 

Brantford Collegiate Institute 8.00 

Branksome Hall, year book 10.00 

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy 50.00 

Canadian Federation of University Women 20.00 

Canadian Physiotherapy Association 12.50 

Canadian Society of Forestry Engineers 50.00 

Canadian Medical Association 2.00 

"Cap & Gown," Wycliffe College 15.00 

Chatham Collegiate Institute 5.00 

Chronicle Co 6. 16 

Classic Normal School, Stratford 5.50 

College of Optometry 50.00 

College Times, Upper Canada College 16.00 

Delta Collegiate, Hamilton 8.00 

DufTerin School Old Boys' Association 15.00 

Echos, Peterborough Collegiate Institute 12.50 

East York, Collegiate Institute Year Book 8.00 

Engineering Alumni Association 25.00 

Evening Telegram 216.35 

The Gleaner 5 . 35 

Globe Printing Co 354.30 

Grumbler, Kitchener and Waterloo 12.00 

Halifax Herald - 17.00 

Harbord Review 22 . 50 

Hamilton Normal School 10.00 

Humberside " Hermes" 15.00 

Labour Leader 50.00 

Legionary 26.25 

London Normal School 7 . 00 

MacLean Publishing Co 30 . 00 

Magnet Journal, Jarvis Collegiate Institute 11. 00 

Mimico High School, "Peptimist" 10.50 

"Musa" Malvern Collegiate Institute 12.00 

New Brunswick Publishing Co 12 . 00 

Normal School Year Book, North Bay 6.00 

"Oakwood Oracle" Oakwood Collegiate Institute 10.00 

Ontario Curling Association, Bonspiel Committee 25.00 

Ontario Educational Association 25.00 

Ontario School Trustees and Ratepayers Association 20 . 00 

"Oracle" Elmira High School 7.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 141 



"Oracle" Fort William Collegiate Institute $ 7.00 

Paris High School. Year Book. 8.00 

"Parkdalian" Parkdale Collegiate Institute 10.00 

" Pelham Pryde" Pelham Continuation School 5.00 

Peterboro Normal School 8.00 

Ridley College 10.00 

"The Roleur" Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute 15.00 

Sarnia Collegiate Institute. Year Book 8.00 

"The School." Ontario Collegiate of Education 60.00 

Student Magazine. Welland High School 10.00 

Thamesford High School Magazine 1.00 

" Torch " Ottawa Normal School 12 . 00 

Toronto Normal School, Year Book 20.00 

Toronto Star Ltd 216.82 

"The Twig." University of Toronto Schools 12.00 

University of Toronto ^lonthly 40.00 

University Press, University of Toronto, Law Journal 25.00 

"\'ox Scholars" Fergus High School 5.00 

Issue of Universitv Bulletins, Exhibits and Other Forms of 
Publicity (S3. 199.03): 

Canadian Press Clipping Bureau, services 60.00 

Copp Clark Co., Canadian Almanac 30.00 

Miss Thelma S. Craig, new stories and editorials 100.00 

International Press Ltd., photo & biography of President. . . 196.00 

Miss Harriet Parsons, ser\'ice. article 175.00 

Photographic Service, prints .84. 15 

Postage 830.00 

L^niversitv Press, folders, bulletins, etc 1 ,709.22 

Accounts under $10 (3) 14.66 



$88,071 . 17 
Less Credits: 

Sale of Bulletins $2,051 . 60 

Sale of Books 37.00 

Sale of Maps 79.67 

Returns from University Press re publications of 

books . 565.13 

Refund of Fees Workers' Educational Association 30.15 

Charged . to T.F. Dominion Government Grant 

Aerial Navigation 7,230 . 70 

$ 9,994.25 



S 78,076.92 



X\"III. MEN'S RESIDENCES 
128. Maintenance of Buildings 

(a) University (North. East and South Houses): 

Heat and Light 8 3,944.30 

Fuel: 

Hallidav Bros - 89.60 

Water ' 230. 75 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 591 .28 

Cleaning and House service ($5,632.05): 

Allen Mfg. Co.. laundry 341.56 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour 5,290.49 

Repairs and Renewals (S2.552.78): 

John Smith, repairing cushion 7.00 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour. $1,126.17; material, $1,419.61 2,545.78 

Caretaker. H. Brown. 12 months 1,400.00 

$14,440.76 



142 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Less heat and light supplied by Central Power 

Plant..... $3,944.30 

Credit for repairs and renewals 51 . 46 

Credit for Caretaker's supplies 33.33 

4,029.09 



$ 10,411.67 



(b) University College (\o. 73 St. George Street): 

Light $ 181 .05 

Fuel: 

Hallidav Bros 922.27 

Gas, $10.52; water, $100.15 110.67 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 99.53 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($2,479.11): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 100.79 

Hart House, cost of meals supplied to janitor during period of 

quarantine 7 . 66 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,370.66 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,156.66): 

Browns Upholstery, covering chesterfield chairs 217.00 

Robert Simpson Co. Ltd., chesterfield cover 43.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $431.73; material, $464.93. . 896.66 

$ 4,949.29 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $181.05 

Credit for repairs and renewals 10.93 

191.98 



$ 4,757.31 
$ 15,168.98 



XIX. WOMEN'S RESIDENCES AND UNION 

129. Maintenance of Buildings 

Whitney Hall: 

Heat and Light $ 4,562 . 98 

Fuel ($89.48): 

Hallidav Bros 76.73 

Elias Rogers Co. Ltd 12 . 75 

Gas, $416.74; water, $474.09 890.83 

'Repairs and Renewals ($2,587.76): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 22.90 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 65.44 

Kelvinator Co. of Canada, repairs 10.00 

Supreme Boiler and Engineering Co. Ltd., repairs to garbage 

burner 60.89 

Accounts under $10 (2) 13.90 

Superintendent's Dept., material, $467.29; labour, $1,947.34 2,414.63 

Furnace and Boiler man: 

E. Marriott. 20 weeks 237. 82 

W. J. Stilwell, 16 weeks 168.00 

$ 8,536.87 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant $4,562 . 98 

Credit from sale of fuel 3 , 25 

$ 4,566.23 

92 and 94 St. George Street: 

Fuel ($881.67): 

Hallidav Bros $ 853.16 

Elias Rogers Co 25 . 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3.01 

Gas, $22.49; electric current, $145.53; water, $84.15 252. 17 



$ 3,970.64 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 143 



Repairs and Renewals ($1,472.93): 

\Vm. Bartlett & Son. shades _. $ 23. 23 

Triple.x Weather Strip Co., weather-stripping windows 25.00 

Superintendent'sDept., labour, $1,178.10; material, $246.60. . 1,424.70 

Furnace and Boiler man ($116.70): 

D. Harrison, 221^2 days 107.11 

E. Merriott, 2 weeks 7. 47 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2. 12 



$ 2,723.47 



49 St. George Street: 

Fuel ($632.71): 

Halliday Bros $ 580 . 36 

Elias Rogers Co 51 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1 . 35 

Gas, $23.80; electric current, $108.31; water, $34.89 167.00 

Repairs and Renewals ($298.67) : 

Accounts under $10 (2) 6.47 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $254.26; material, $37.94. . . 292.20 

Furnace and Boiler man: 

J. Harkness, 83 days 31 . 64 

D. Harrison. 13714 days 24.76 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 7.57 

University College Women's Union: 

Heat and light $ 1 ,268 . 66 

Fuel ($29.45): 

Elias Rogers Co 25 . 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3.95 

Gas, $109.81; water, $39.62 149.43 

Sundries: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $273.95; material, $226.05. . 500.00 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,377.02): 

T. Eaton Co., linoleum, etc 16. 19 

Triplex Weatherstrip Co., weatherstripping windows 21 .00 

Accounts under $10 (3) 16.57 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,065.35; material, $257.91 1,323.26 

Caretaker, Leo Cole, 12 months 1,450.00 

$ 4,774.56 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant $1,268.66 

Credits: repairs and renewals 5.00 

1,273.66 



$ 1,162.35 



$ 3,500.90 
$ 11,357.36 



130. Housekeeping Account 

(a) Combined General Charges: 
Provisions ($26,717.47): 

Acme Farmers Dairy Ltd. milk $ 2.102.22 

B. Amodeo & Son, fruit and vegetables 3,622.94 

Arcade Florist, flowers 14.75 

Barker Bredin Bakeries, bread 394.28 

Belle Ewart Ice and Fuel, ice 64.80 

Betty's Ltd., jams 43.48 

J. Blood, meat, coff^ee, provisions 20.56 

Bowes Co. Ltd., provisions 903.73 

Canada Bread Co. rolls, bread 154 . 60 

Canada Dry Ginger Ale Ltd., soft drinks 85.84 

Canada Packers Ltd., meats 1,831.33 

Chateau-Hellmann Distributing Co., cheese, dressing 89.73 

Christie Brown and Co. biscuits 109.74 

City Dairy- Ltd., milk 725 . 45 



144 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Craig's Gold Medal Bakery, bread $ 34. 76 

Gwen Craven, marmalade 16. 50 

T. Eaton Co., meat, cakes, vegetables, etc 10. 15 

Everist Bros., fruit, vegetables 265.00 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, sundry disbursements 43.75 

K. C. Freeman, tea, maple syrup 364. 75 

Green Spot (Toronto) Ltd., orange juice 10.80 

Samuel Harris, meat 1,574.67 

H. J. Heinz Co. of Canada, canned goods, etc 250.09 

Harry Home Co. Ltd., jelly powders, etc 93.25 

Hudson's Bay Co. frosted foods 52.67 

Lines Ltd., poultry, eggs 1,499.14 

J. A. Little, eggs 165.80 

Jas. Lumbers Co. tea 550 . 14 

Macivor Co., meat 882. 75 

McCormick's Ltd., biscuits 172.74 

D. Mclntvre & Co., fish 322.79 

Marshall's Co., butter, eggs 2,414. 86 

Mutual Grocers Market Ltd., potatoes 26.65 

National Grocers Co., groceries 1,547.70 

Wm. Xeilson Ltd., ice cream, chocolate bars 658.29 

Nock Bros, and Ayre Co., tea bags 100.90 

Ontario Co-operative honey producers, honey 49. 10 

Parisian Bakery, pastry 22.66 

Porter and Black, eggs, cheese 475.45 

Pure Gold Mfg. Co., coffee 700. 32 

Purity Bread Ltd., bread, rolls. 115.94 

Red Wing Orchards, fruit, apple juice 28.95 

J. M. Schneider Ltd., meat 743.95 

E. D. Smith & Sons, jam 50.28 

M. J. Smith, vegetables 77.55 

Watson Food Products, potato flakes 57.75 

Geo. Weston Bread & Cakes Ltd., cakes, rolls 151 .86 

George Weston Ltd., bread, biscuits 80.71 

Wonder Bakeries, bread 405 . 81 

York Trading Co., groceries 2,509.90 

Accounts under $10 (5) 25.64 

Cleaning and House Service ($9,223.69): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 8.87 

Arcade Florist, flowers 46. 80 

Berkel Products, adjust and sharpen bread slicer 1 .00 

Consumer Gas, clean and adjust stoves 4.00 

T. Eaton Co., cheese cloth and cleaning supplies 98.73 

A. Guinness and Co., paper bags, napkins, etc 139. 12 

Dr. H. Gibson Hall, medical examination of maids 23.50 

Maids' Wages 7,986.00 

W. S. Johnston & Co.. tickets 27.00 

Parisian Laundry, laundry • 157.22 

Robert Simpson Co., sheeting 36 . 33 

Te.xtile Products Ltd.. W. B. Cotton 18.40 

Wrought Iron Range, pans, knives, etc 39.25 

Sundrv disbursements: Miss M. B. Ferguson 49.50 

.Superintendent's Dept., labour, $484.24; material, $103.73. . 587.97 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($1,331.38): 

Burmah Studios, silver dishes and vases repaired 17.75 

Cassidy's Ltd., crockery, etc 467. 17 

T. Eaton Co., napkins 25 . 20 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, sundry disbursements 2.05 

Houghton's Silverware & Plating Co.. repair urn 4.00 

Hubbard Portable Oven Co.. gas stove 243.89 

Kelvinator of Canada, re-install equipment 12.50 

Robert Simpson Co., towels, tablecloths, etc 196.51 

Wrought Iron Range Co., steamer baskets 38.88 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour, $237.13; material, .$86.30. . . 323.43 

Office Supplies, infirmary service, etc. ($144.40): 

T. Eaton Co., pencils, boric acid, etc 30. 77 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection 60 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 145 



' Sundry disbursements by Dept., telephone, etc. $20.00; sun- 
dries, $27.98. $ 47.98 

University Press, stationery, printing, etc 65.05 

Staff Salaries (additional to Dean of Women charged under 
University College General): 

Dietitians (with living allowance valued at $400 each): 

Miss V. R. Murphv, 12 months 1,500.00 

Miss Phyllis West, 12 months 1,000.00 

Assistant 18M weeks 149.83 

Secretary Hostess (with living allowance valued at $400): 

Mrs. L. R. Howard, 12 months 1,000.00 



Nurse Housekeeper (with living allowance valued at 

Madame Josette Ledoux, 12 months 1,100.00 

$42,166.77 

Less charged to Women's Union $400.00 

Less charged to Whitney Hall 600 . 00 

1,000.00 

$ 41,166.77 

Less Credits: napkin rings, keys, etc 195 . 75 



(b) University College Women's Union: 
Cleaning & House Service ($1,827.03): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry. $ 199.07 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Co 14.00 

T. Eaton Co., ironing board 4.09 

Hoover Co., brushes, belt 3.70 

Maids' Wages 1,077. 11 

Parisian Laundry, laundry 91 . 39 

Parkers Dye Works, drapes, chair covers cleaned 16.97 

Premier \'acuum Cleaner, repairs 8.38 

A. G. Sherman, cartage of pictures 11.75 

Turco Persian Rug, rugs cleaned 34. 15 

Wrought Iron Range Co., pails 7.40 

Sundry Disbursements bv Dept., telephone, etc. $55.90; 

sundries, $20.00 .' 75.90 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $42.72; material, $240.40. . . 283.12 

Furnishings and sundry renewals ($358.54): 

Browns LTpholstery, chairs repaired 58.25 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., washer 84.28 

T. Eaton Co., curtains, radio 73.05 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, sundry expenses .20 

Laing Galleries, repairs 14 . 00 

A. Moody, chairs repaired 22.75 

Superintendent's Dept., material, $93.77; labour, $12.24 106.01 

Housekeeping, miscellaneous ($61.88): 

T. Eaton Co., subscriptions & ink, pencils 14. 13 

Heintzman & Co., tuning pianos • 22.50 

A. G. Sherman, pictures moved 4.75 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept., telephone, etc. $10.50; 

sundries, $10.00 20.50 

Share of salaries detailed under Combined General Charges 400.00 

(c) Whitney Hall: 

Cleaning and House Service ($7,167.67): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry $ 628.23 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Co 29.50 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning supplies 20.32 

Langleys Ltd., curtains cleaned 4.97 

Maids' Wages 5,358. 99 

Parisian Laundry, laundry 284.91 

Parkers Dye Works, drapes cleaned 270.01 



$ 40,971.02 



$ 2,647.45 



146 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Premier \'acuum Cleaner, repairs $ 8.35 

Singer Sewing Machine, collars hemstitched 2. 10 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept., telephone, etc., $8.79; 

sundries, S5.00 13.79 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $144.24; material, $402.26. . 546.50 

Furnishing and Sundry Renewals ($765.88): 

Browns Upholstery, repairs 554. 75 

Canadian Label and Webbing Co., name tapes 8.43 

T. Eaton Co., ticking, mats, etc 57.96 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, sundry expenses .85 

A. Moody, chairs repaired 2.50 

Robert Simpson Co., towelling 32. 82 

Harold A. Wilson, table tennis set 31 .47 

Superintendent's Dept., material 77. 10 

Piano, magazines, etc. ($37.03): 

T. Eaton Co., radio repairs 7.03 

Heintzman & Co., tuning pianos 22.50 

Provincial Treasurer, radio license 7.50 

Share of Salaries detailed under combined charged 600.00 



$ 8,570.58 



(d) 92 & 94 St. George Street: 

Cleaning and House Service ($1,280.09): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry. $ 80.35 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Co 7.00 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning supplies 18.81 

Electrolux, repairs and new parts 15 . 40 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, sundry expenses 5.00 

Maids' Wages 954. 81 

Parisian Laundr>', laundry 47.49 

Parkers Dye Works, curtains 24. 69 

Singer Sewing Machine, repair machine 2.50 

Turco Persian Rug Co., rugs cleaned and washed 23.50 

White Window Cleaning Co., clean windows 6.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $18.30; material, $78.74 97.04 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($626.28): 

Brown's Upholstery, repairs 53. 75 

Canadian Labels and Webbing Co., labels 8.39 

T. Eaton Co., material for chair covers 61 .05 

A. Moody, chairs repaired 6.00 

Parsons-Steiner Ltd., cups, saucers, etc 18.20 

Robert Simpson Co., chairs 304.30 

Sundr>' disbursements by Dept., telephone, $5.00; material, 

$6.00 11.00 

Superintendent's Dept., material, $163.59 163.59 

Miscellaneous ($14.15): 

Electrical Housekeeping, servicing radio 6.65 

Heintzman & Co., tuning 7. 50 

Meals for Resident Head 160.00 



$ 2,083.52 



(e) 49 St. George Street: 

Cleaning and House Service ($845.95): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Co 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning supplies 

Maids' Wages 

Parisian Laundry, laundry 

Parkers Dye Works, chairs cleaned 

Turco Persian Rug Co., rugs washed 

White Window Cleaning Co 

Sundry Disbursements by Dept., telegrams, etc., $20.00; 

sundries, $21.10 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $35.15; material, $64.20. . . . 



41 


.77 


5 


.50 


12 


.09 


582, 


.72 


34 


.66 


18 


,62 


6 


,64 


3 


,50 


41, 


10 


99 


35 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



147 



Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($70.77): 
Browns Upholstery, chairs, etc., repaired 

T. Eaton Co.. kapok 

Laings Galleries, refinish frames 

A. Aloody, chairs repaired 

Miscellaneous: 

Heintzman & Co., tuning 



$ 55.00 



7.50 



$ 924.22 
S 55,196.79 
$ 66.554.15 



XX. 131. CENTRAL POWER PLANT 

Fuel ($96,948.68): 

Canada Coal Co $31 ,846 . 54 

Great Lakes Coal Co 64,968 . 07 

Imperial Oil Co 95 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $10.10; material, $28.97 39.07 

Hydro-Electric Current, $37,055.36; water, S543.85 37,599.21 

Engineer's supplies, removal of ashes, repairs and renewals and 
miscellaneous items ($14,965.92): 

Babcock-Wilcox & Goldie McCulloch, repairs to pump, etc 652.49 

Beldams Asbestos Packing Ltd., ebonite sheets, etc 341 .97 

J. Bernhardt, welding 386. 10 

Brown Engineering Corporation, grinding throws in crankshaft. . 40.00 

Canadian Charts and Supplies, charts 44.61 

Canadian Gasket Co., steel gaskets 93.62 

Canadian General Electric Co 145 . 86 

Canadian Inspection & Testing Co., coal analysis 12.00 

Canadian IngersoU Rand Co., valves 41 . 40 

Canadian National Carbon Co., brushes 181 . 87 

Darling Bros., filter cloths 32.40 

Dearborn Chemical Co., treatments 586.15 

Dominion Wheel Foundries Ltd., grates 1,203.33 

Empire Brass Mfg. Co.. repair steam pressure valve 53.23 

Evening Telegram, advertising 18. 13 

Foster Wheeler Ltd., furnace parts 810.65 

Garlock Packing Co., packing coils, rings 171 . 27 

A. P. Green Fire Brick Co.. bricks 372 . 39 

Gutta Percha Rubber Co., washers 69.45 

Hamilton Gear & Machine Co., pump spurs 51 . 57 

J. S. B. Heward & Co., cutters, clips, parts, etc 74.75 

Jas. Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., valve 60. 76 

McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., oil 453.43 

B. Phillips Co., repair to chimney 37.00 

Robb Engineering Works Ltd 42 . 00 

Smart Turner Machine Co., pump parts 181 . 60 

G. F. Sterne & Sons, cement 102.27 

Toronto Star Ltd., advertising 13.54 

Accounts under $10 (8) 53 . 59 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $6,728.54; material, $1,895.61; 

freight, $14.34 8.638.49 

Engineers, assistant engineers, firemen and trimmers ($23,512.42): 

Chief Engineer, C. S. Moseley, 12 mos ' 2,900.00 

Assistant Engineers: 

L. McMaster, 12 mos 1.906.44 

W. Smith, 12 mos 1 .901 . 28 

W. E. Abbott, 12 mos 1,742.60 

A. Jenkinson, 8 mos 1,106.00 

S. Simpson, 2 mos 290.00 

A. F. McHugh, on leave of absence for duration 60.90 

Firemen at $110.00 to $120.00 per month — sundry persons 5,370.78 

Trimmers, boiler cleaners and pump attendants at $90.00 to 

$120.00 per month— sundry persons 8,234.42 

$173,026.23 

Lees sale of cinders 692 . 72 



$172,333.51 



148 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

XXI. MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL 
132. Auditors Fees 

Clarkson, Gordon, DiKvorth and Nash, annual remuneration $ 3,000.00 



133. Bursaries 

Awards to sundry' students: 

Faculty of Arts $ 9,722.50 

Faculty of Medicine 2,541 . 00 

Faculty of Dentistry 80 . 00 

School of Graduate Studies 198.00 

$ 12,541.50 



134. Central Stores 

Storekeeper, C. A. Johnston, 12 mos S 2,100.00 

Assistant storekeeper, S. Tipping, 2 mos 216.66 

Robert Montgomerv, 10 mos 958 . 35 

Clerk, Miss J. Taylor, 12 mos 1,200.00 

Heat and light 485.98 

$ 4,960.99 

Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 485.98 



135. Contingencies 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, charges re registration of Securities. ... $ 12.35 
Chartered Trust and Executor Co., commission on collection of post- 
poned fees of students 21 . 12 

City Treasurer, local improvement taxes on 78 Queen's Park and 119 

St. George Street 106.42 

Compensation to employees during leave of absence for Reserve Army 

Camp 92.40 

Dunlop's Limited, flowers for. funerals 60.00 

King's Printer, portion of cost of printing University Report 107.75 

Manufacturer's Life Insurance Co., interest on mortgage, 

104 St. George Street _ 199.63 

Poppy Fund of Toronto, wreath for Remembrance Day Service 13.00 

LIniversity of Toronto, Employees Association, donation toward picnic 50.00 

Accounts'under SIO (2) 14.67 

Workmen's Compensation: 

Workmen's Compensation Board, to cover allowances to 

employees, etc 384 . 92 

Medical Services for injured employees, etc.: 

Toronto General Hospital 

Toronto Western Hospital 

Dr. G. E. Richards 

Dr. R. T. Somas 

Dr. J. L. Uren 

Sundry Doctors (4) 



136. Convocation Expenses 

Hoods, gowns, printing programmes, invitations, etc.: 

E. Awde, engrossing $ 21 .00 

Harcourts Ltd., hoods, repairs to gowns 183.50 

Parkers Dyeworks Ltd., cleaning gowns 15.37 

University Press, printing, stationery 315.05 

Accounts under $10 (2) 6.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2. 12 



$ 4,475.01 



99 


.00 


30 


.00 


16.00 


116 


50 


27, 


.00 


19, 


00 



$ 1,369.76 



543.04 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 149 



137. Grounds 

Foreman Gardener, R. R. Corbett, 12 mos $ 2,000.00 

Lighting account 573 . 37 

Labour, gravel, roadways, granolithic walks, flowers, shrubs, and 
general expenses: 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., pipe wrench, lawn mowers, etc 100.12 

Barber Construction Co., resurfacing roadway 291 .59 

Builders' Supplies Ltd.. flagstone 44. 14 

Canadian Steeplejacks, new ball & thread 71 .00 

Colas Roads Ltd.. binding compound 22. 13 

City Treasurer, repairs, valves & hydrants, water, etc 156.12 

Coplter Bros, black gelding 130.00 

Grose Fertilizers & Chemicals, Ltd., plant food 133.50 

Halliday Bros, fuel 227.06 

Joe Hampson, sand 52.50 

Harpham Brothers, casing, tube 47.62 

Iron Fireman Mfg. Co., repair iron fireman 78.75 

Langleys Ltd., storing rug 241 .74 

North Toronto Cartage Co., hire of truck 12.00 

Provincial Treasurer, truck license, $48.50; gasoline ration book 

$1.00 49.50 

Hugh Reid, horse shoeing 32 . 05 

Riseborough & Jackson, feed 143 .21 

Salems Garage, repairs to truck 61 .68 

Sheridan Nurseries, plants 12 . 25 

Toronto Hydro Electric System, service 33.00 

W. P. Warner, sod 129.00 

Accounts under $10 (3) 7.40 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $13,240.50, material, $966.57 14,207.07 

$18,856.80 
Less credits: Light charged to Central Power Plant. . . $573.37 

Cartage 20.28 

Sale of material 276.72 

870.37 



$ 17,986.43 



138. Insurance 

Balance of premiums on General Schedule as renewed at 1 January', 
1940, and other three vear miscellaneous policies, brought forward 
from 1940-41 and chargeable to 1941-42 $22.570. 13 

Miscellaneous policies: 
Fire: 

British Traders' Insurance Companv, Stadium Grandstands 

and Bleachers ' 1 ,267 . 00 

Commercial Union Assurance Companv, Connaught Labora- 
tories .' 144.50 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company 53.95 

Automobiles: 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company, University 

owned cars, $223.14; non-ownership coverage, $160.00. . 383.14 

Burglary & Hold-up: 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company 734.88 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, permit and inspection fee. ... 50.00 

Canadian Bank of Commerce: 

One year's charge for guarantee re safe-keeping of securities 150.00 

Accounts under $25.00 (6) 62 82 

$ 25,416.42 

Less rebates on cancelled policies 39.04 

$ 25,377.38 



150 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



139. Law Costs 

Hamilton Cassels, K.C., taxed costs as Solicitor to the University. 



378.85 



140. Protective Service 

Pay of constables and night watchmen ($17,673.59): 

R. D. D'Archy, 12 mos $ 1,950.00 

C. M. Scruby, 12 mos 1,600.00 

J. Anderson, 12 mos 1,213.28 

Night Watchmen: 

S. Adams 39.00 

F. Bannister 247.05 

G. H. Bullock 39.00 

A. Endersbv 1,119.63 

W. M. Hedley 216.40 

H. Holstead 977.76 

W. Hunter 1,320.00 

J. Kirkwood 1,380.00 

W. N. Lotto . 1,380.00 

H. McGee 1,236.87 

J. Mclntyre 3.25 

W. McNeill 3. 25 

J. J. O'Connor 1,206.41 

P. Pinfold 1,102.41 

M. Robb 789.65 

J. C. Smith 1,203.53 

C. Stillie 646. 10 

Uniforms, clocks, dials, etc. ($370.76): 

Hardinge Bros., repairs to clock 138.00 

Muir Cap & Regalia Ltd., caps 6.60 

Tip Top Tailors Ltd., uniforms 125 . 00 

University Press, daily report forms 40.23 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $25.58; material, $35.35 60.93 



$ 18,044.35 



141. Publications and Societies 

Alumni Federation $ 2,500,00 

American School at Athens 200 . 00 

American School of Oriental Research, Bagdad 100.00 

American School of Oriental Research, Jerusalem 100.00 

Association of American Universities 50.00 

Conference of Canadian Universities 50.00 

British School of Archaeology, Jerusalem 100.00 

Royal Astronomical Society 150.00 

Royal Society of Canada 400 . 00 

Universities Bureau, London, England 268.86 

Students' Administrative Council (re student lodgings) 100.00 



$ 4,018.86 



142. Receptions to Societies and University Visitors 

Expenses re sundry public lectures ($270.00): 

Professor C. Lanczos $ 50.00 

Dean C. J. MacKenzie 50.00 

Dr. Wm. Paton 50.00 

Professor C. K. Webster 50.00 

Professor Samuel Williston 70 . 00 

Catering on sundry occasions ($380.25) : 

Hart House, teas and luncheons, $125.75; sundry guests, $9.28. . 135.05 
Royal Ontario Museum Tea Room, afternoon teas to Sir Henry 

Dale, Royal Society 106. 50 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 151 



Toronto Ladies Club, entertainment re special Convocation $ 40.55 

University College Women's Union, President's dinner to Students' 

Administrative Council 37 . 50 

York Club, dinner, Special Convocation 60.65 

Overtime Services: 

H. Hare 1.03 

P. Hare 1 .03 

J. E. Moore 

J. McCreary 



$ 652.38 





1.50 
1.03 


$ 


654.84 
2.46 



Credit: British Infirmary, Refund of Travelling Expenses. . . 

143. Senate Elections 

(Nothing Spent) 

144. Taxes 

City Treasurer, fifth annual payment, in lieu of taxes on the following 
properties: 

Scott and Front Streets, 188 Yonge Street, Adelaide Street, 151 

Bloor Street West $ 7,500.00 



145. Telephones 

Bell Telephone Co., service to 30 June $ 13,289.46 

Less receipts from sub-services $ 3,918.54 

Residences 476.00 

Slot machines 203 . 93 

4,598.47 



8,690.99 



Switchboard operators ($4,713.08): 

Mrs. J. Hoddinott, 12 mos $ 1,100.00 

Miss J. H. Brown, 12 mos 973.34 

Mrs. M. D. Good, 12 mos 960.00 

Miss E. M. Crawford, 8 mos 647.21 

Miss J. D. Corrigan. 4 mos 346.51 

Relief: 

Mrs. L. Kerr 227.25 

Mrs. J. Duggan 194.85 

Mrs. G. McCorquodale 123 . 27 

Sundry persons (10) 140 . 65 



146. Travelling Expenses 

President and Academic Staff ($1,284.61): 

President H J Cody 


. . $ 54.00 


E. J. G. Alford 


165.27 


E R Arthur 


37 . 90 


G. S. Brett 


36.88 


G. W. Brown 


30.00 




60.00 


D. G. Creighton 


30.00 


A. D. A. Mason 


100.00 


W. E. Gallie 


32.80 


M . G. Griffith 


20.00 


R. C. Hosie 


20.45 



$ 13,404.07 



152 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



S. J. Jaffary $ 40.00 

M. Joos 40.00 

G. R. Lord 5.00 

Miss Gwen Mulock 150.00 

H. V. S. Ogden 22.50 

E. S. Rverson 217.46 

R. M. Saunders 30.00 

Warren Stevens 20 . 00 

Griffith Tavlor 48.00 

H. A. Thompson 40 . 00 

A. Weinstein 40.00 

W. S. Wallace 14. 35 

G. F. Wright 30.00 

Out of town members of the Senate ($649.80): 

A. E. R. Bunnell 9.50 

Judge J. S. C. Campbell 45.50 

Judge D. J. Cowan 78.80 

W. J. Deadman 21 . 15 

H. C. Griffiths 32.00 

J. D. Hardv 74.60 

H. M. Morrow 23.50 

T. M. Mulligan 62.75 

E. D. McGilvrav 26.30 

J. P. S. Xethercote 9.00 

H. S. Robertson 30.00 

J. B. Reynolds 43.25 

W. J. Salter 104.85 

H. J. Sims 7.50 

L. F. Stephenson 13 . 05 

A. R. Walker 68.05 



$ 1,934.41 



147. Unetnploj'ment Insurance 

Receiver General of Canada: amount required to purchase unemployment insurance 

stamps, meter machine and rental $ 6,012 . 88 

$117,238.92 



XXII. 148. CAPITAL ACCOUNT CHARGES 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, thirty-third 

annual payment on debenture issue of 1909 §25,260.00 

Less portion charged to Ontario College of Education 10,000.00 

$15,260.00 

Toronto General Hospital, thirty-first annual payment on debenture 

issue of 1911, re grant to Toronto General Hospital 15,157.00 

Toronto General Hospital, thirtv-first annual pavment on debenture 

issue of 1911, re Old Pathological Building 6,568.00 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, twenty-seventh annual pay- 
ment on debenture issue of 1915, re Hart House 5,975.00 

Accountant. Supreme Court of Ontario, eighteenth annual payment on 

debenture issue of 1924, re Forestry' Building 10,000.00 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, thirteenth annual payment on 

debenture issue of 1929, re Banting Institute 64,193.00 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons, interest on liability of $50,000.00. . 2,000.00 



$119,153.00 



XXIII. SPECIAL RESEARCH 

149. Departmental Appropriations 

(a) Arts: 

Zoology, formerly Biology: 

Research Assistants (Sessional— $2,942.00): 

Miss A. M. Ironside, (paid also in Department) $ 600.00 

Mrs. Grace W. Scott, (paid also in Department) 4-50.00 

J. H. Folwell 400.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 153 



S 400 


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400 


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350 


.00 


270 


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$ 3.887 


.18 



\V. W. Judd.-. 

Miss D. VV. Kirk (paid also in Department) 

L. R. Day 

L. Chiasson 

F. Laughlin, 8 weeks 

Expenses ($945.18): 

Central Scientific Co., motor, tubing 

T. Eaton Co., vegetables, starch, etc 

Faculty of Dentistn,-, model of teeth and mould 

J. F. Hartz & Co., cover glasses, forceps, etc 

Liquid Carbonic Corporation, gas 

R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., sawdust 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel, ice 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., feed 

E. ]\Iatchett & Son, manometer, etc 

Murphy Drug Store, films 

National Research Council, prints 

Postage 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 

Sanborn Co., batter^', etc 

Tordoff Electric Co., repair centrifugal pump 

Women's College Hospital, blood grouping 

Accounts under $10 (8) 

Class Assistant: Miss B. Bott 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, S52.47; material, S27.79. 



Fisheries Research ($4,706.74): 

Research Assistants ($2,040.84): 

R. R. Langford, 12 mos. (paid also in Department) $ 1.250.00 

F. E. J. Frv, at $1,250.00 on war work service from October 520.84 

Mrs. V. S. Black, 30 %veeks 270.00 

Expenses ($2,665.90): 

Bay Salvage Co., sections, cabinet 37.50 

Borden Co.. klim 77 . 23 

Dominion Oxygen Co., rental 36.00 

T. Eaton Co., oars 9.67 

Exide Batteries, batteries 170 . 02 

Harpham Bus, repair tire 42 . 50 

Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator, control switch 41 .65 

Provincial Treasurer, truck, trailer, and gas licences 15.50 

Sorauren Auto Garage, repairs 23.30 

Disbursement by sundry members of stalT: car, expenses, 
gas, oil, etc., $391.73; provisions, $783.91; reprints, 
$96.62; living expenses and cook's wages, $535.33; hard- 
ware and lumber, $291.48; travelling expenses, $27.70; 

postage and sundries, $85.76 2.212 . 53 

$ 8,593.92 

Less credits: sundry credits $10.83 

Less paid bv Dominion Government 562.75 

573 . 58 



$ 8,020.34 



Botany: 

Research Assistants ($1,505.00): 

A. R. Gopal-Ayengar, 5 mos. (paid also in Department). ... $ 400.00 

J. J. Miller 240.00 

\V. R. Watson, 3 mos. (paid also in Department) 240.00 

C. D. McKeen 175.00 

D. H. Hamly 160.00 

Miss R. Moore, 2 mos. (paid also in Department) • 140.00 

C. N. Haldenby 80.00 

Dvson Rose, 1 month 70 . 00 



154 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Expenses ($2,093.51): 

Mrs. E. Bradley, washing mecco cloth $ 10. 30 

British Drug Houses, drugs, chemicals 107.78 

Canadian Laboratories, reagents, chemicals 41.65 

Canadian Liquid Air, nitrogen 26. 17 

Canadian Pad & Paper Co., paper, ledger 51 .46 

Walter A. Carveth & Co., objective condensor 61 .00 

Carbide & Carbon Corporation, dioxane 22.40 

Central Scientific Co., thermometer, glassware, etc 159.07 

Dominion Bridge Co., sterilizer 588.60 

Eastman Photographic Stores, glasses 23.35 

Free Press Association, reprints 35.26 

Frigidaire Products, repair motor 19.31 

General Biological Supply, cage, etc 29. 17 

Fred W. Halls Paper Co., folders, paper 100. 45 

W. Hemingw.ay, fossil plant specimens 92.99 

Hoke Incorporated, valve gauge 22.20 

National Research Council, reprints 46.00 

Trays National Service, collecting grasshoppers 13.20 

Travelling Expenses, sundry members of staff 294.94 

Arthur H. Thomas Co., burrette 18.04 

University of Chicago Press, reprints 12.96 

Wellington & Davidson, bees 22 . 50 

Will Corporation, mufifle furnace 49.80 

Accounts under $10 (16) 42.78 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $27.49; labour, $112.29; 

material, $62.35 202 . 13 

$ 3,598.51 



(b) Medicine: 

Experimental medical Research ($2,600.00): 

W. Cowan, chief technical assistant $ 1,760.00 

L. Hughes, junior technical assistant 840.00 

Assistant in Animal Quarters: 

A. Lougheed. 6 mos. at $65.00 per month 390.00 

F. Hughes, 3 mos. at $60.00 per month 180.00 

J. MinshuU, 2 mos. S}^ days at $60.00 per month 137.00 

Expenses ($1,165.57): 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 67.80 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., surgeons' gowns 21 . 18 

Cullen & Sons, animals 251 . 00 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., gloves, syringes, gauze, etc 219.45 

F. Jennings, sawdust 63 . 00 

John McGillian, carrots 104.00 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 228.45 

Ross Miller Biscuit Co., dog biscuits 55.96 

Robert Simpson Co., coveralls 20.93 

Accounts under $10(1) 3 . 75 

.Superintendent's Dept., freight, $5.87; labour. $45.35; 

material, $78.83 130.05 

$ 4,472.57 

Charged to Dunlap Bequest $3,000.00 

Charged to Reeve Bequest 1,000.00 

4,000.00 

(c) Applied Science: 
Applied Physics: 

E. L. Dodington, Research Assistant, 1 week (paid also in 
Department and in Special Research, Civil Engineering, 
Surveying and Geodesy) $ 50 . 00 

Chemical Engineering: 
Research Assistants: 

J. G. Breckenridge, 3 mos. (paid also in Department) 450.00 

E. B. Trickey, 2 mos. 1 week, (paid also in Department, and 
in Special Research, Civil Engineering, Nlunicipal and 
Structural) 362.50 



472.57 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 155 



W. G. MacElhinnev. 2 mos., (paid also in Department) $ 315.00 

R. G. Billinghurst,'2 mos 310.00 

E. T. Williams, 1 week, (paid also in Department and in 
Special Research, Civil Engineering, Municipal and 
Structural) 37.50 

Civil Engineering, Municipal and Structural: 
Research Assistants: 

E. T. Williams, 1 mo., (paid also in Department of Chemical 
Engineering and in Special Research Chemical Engineer- 
ing) 150.00 

E. B. Trickey, 1 mo., (paid also in Department of Chemical En- 
gineering and in Special Research Chemical Engineering) 150.00 

Civil Engineering, Surveying and Geodesy: 
Research Assistants: 

E. L. Dodington, 4 mos. (paid also in Department of Applied 

Physics and Special Research Applied Physics) 650.00 

T. L. Rowe, 2 mos. (paid also in Department) 300.00 

H. V. Steer, mechanic, 4^2 mos. (paid also in Departments of 
Applied Physics and Civil Engineering, Surveving and 
Geodesy) ' 675. 00 

Mechanical Engineering: 

G. H. D. Martin, 2 mos. (paid also in Department) 330.00 

W. Halina, 2 mos., 1 week 293.00 

Expenses ($103.37): 

W. B. Ball, machining and assembling machine 55.00 

W. R. McKee, range 7 . 50 

Photographic Service, blueprints 15 . 05 

University Press, books 9 . 70 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $12.36; material, $3.76 16.12 

Printing Bulletins ($186.88): 

Miss D. Birkett, special work 50,00 

Engineering Institute of Canada, reprints 60.20 

Postage 10.00 

University Press, books 66. 68 

$ 4,363.25 
Charged to Wallberg Bequest 4,363 . 25 

(d) Dentistry: 

H. K. Box, Research Professor, Periodontology (half-time) $ 3,500.00 



A. F. Fenton, Technician 1,500.00 



$ 5,000.00 
$ 17,091.42 



150. Banting and Best Department of Medical Research 

(a) Banting Research: 

C. H. Best, Director and Professor (paid also $6,000.00 in 

Physiology) $ 5,000.00 

Professor of Medical Research: 

G. E. Hall, at $5,000.00; on war service; contribution to 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association 200.04 

H. C. Bazett, at $8,000.00 in United 'States funds, from 21 

June, 1941, to 30 June, 1942 9,126.63 

Associate Professors: 

W'. R. Franks 3,700.00 

D. A. Irwin 3,700.00 

C. C. Lucas 3,500.00 

Lady Banting, widow of Sir Frederick Banting, allowance 2,000.00 

Research Associates: 

J. E. Goodwin, salary', $2,800.00; 5 mos. wartime bonus $72.50 2,872.50 
Miss S. Gairns, resigned 30 June, 1941 ; 3 mos. salary in appre- 
ciation of services 540 . 00 



156 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Research Assistants: 

J. B. Bateman. salary, $1,750.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus 

$55.84 (paid also $200.00 from Special Funds) $ 1,805.84 

T M. R. Beveridge, salary, $1,620.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus 

$54.58 1,674.58 

C. \'on Seeman, salary, $1,500.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus 

$52.08 1,552.08 

Miss M. Shaw, salar\', $1,320.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus 

$48.33 1,368.33 

D. C. O'Connell, salarv', $1,200.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus 

$45.83 ,.. 1,245.83 

N. R. Stephenson, 4 mos., salary, $517.56; 1 mo., wartime 

bonus $11.67 (paid also from Special Funds) 529.23 

C. Marchant, at $1,320.00, resigned 385.00 

Miss J. M. Lang, 3 mos., salary, $375.00, wartime bonus 

$31.25 (paid also from Special Funds) 406.25 

G. A. Meek, 1 V2 mos 135 . 00 

A. T. Chechalk, 18 May to 30 June, $130.65; wartime bonus 

$12.58 143.23 

M. L. Bunker, 16 to 30 June, $39.67; wartime bonus $3.97. . 43.64 

C. Shorney, temporary' 25.00 

Research Fellows: 

Miss E. Melrose, salary, $1,405.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus 

$50.62 1,455.62 

C. S. McArthur, salary, $800.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus $33.33 833.33 
Miss D. B. Mundell, without salary 

Miss E. Speers, 2 mos., at $70.00; 10 mos. at $95.00, $1,090.00; 

5 mos. wartime bonus, $44.59 1,134.59 

Miss M. K. O'Grady. 1 mo., at $75.00, 6 mos. at $90.00, 

$615.00; wartime bonus $43.33 658.33 

Miss M. Wheatley, at $960.00; resigned 400.00 

Miss H. M. Brock, 1 month 150.00 

G. R. MacDougall, 2 months 140.00 

C. F. Sears, 2 months 140.00 

E. B. Cahoon, 1 month 70.00 

C. R. Cowan. Senior Technical Assistant from 1 October at 

$1,800.00; on war service from November (paid also 

from Medical Research, Best Fund) 487.50 

Technicians: 

H. Douglas, salary, $1,260.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus $47.08. 1,307.08 
G. Parkes, salary-, $1,250.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus $47.92. . 1,297.92 
J. R. Williamson, at $1,200.00; 6 mos., salary, $600.00; 5 mos., 

wartime bonus, .$45.83 645. 83 

C. Cassie. salarv, $705.00; 5 mos. wartime bonus $30.00 735.00 

T. Lennox, salary $600.00; 5 mos. wartime bonus $25.00 625.00 

F. W. Dunn, at $60.00 from 5 Jan. to 30 June, $352.25; 5 mos., 

wartime bonus $30.00 382.25 

Mrs. Gladys Steele, at $65.00; from 26 March to 30 June, 

.$207.58; wartime bonus, $20.76 228. 34 

A. Lougheed, 3 mos., (transferred to Experimental Medical 

Research) 180.00 

A. Arcari, one month 70 . 00 

D. Snow, one month 70 . 00 

W. Hardie, 17 to 30 June, $25.67, wartime bonus, $2.57 28.24 

On War Service: 

J. E. Walker, at $1,200.00; contribution to Pension Fund 

from 1 Januar\', 1941 to 30 June, 1942 45.00 

L. C. Brock, at $1,440.00; contribution to Pension Fund. , . . 39.60 

Mrs. Alison Mofifitt, Laboratory Attendant, salary, $720.00; 

5 mos., wartime bonus, $30.00 750.00 

Miss E. L. Mahon, Secretary, at $1,250.00; transferred from 

School of Hvgiene from 1 February; salary, $520.83; wartime 

bonus, $46.88 567 . 71 

Secretarial Assistant : 

Miss ^L J. Millar, salary, $1,140.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus, 

$44.04 1,184.04 

Miss F. Herbert, salary, $960.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus $40.00 1,000.00 

$54,578.56 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 157 



Expenses ($9,436.88): 

Agfa Ansco Ltd., soda flakes, sulphite, etc $ 26.24 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 13. 14 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 183.54 

Art Metropole, cardboard 12 . 65 

Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, chemicals 12. 10 

\Vm. Bartlett & Son, shades 17.00 

Brooks, Marble & Tile Co., repair floor 26.74 

Canadian General Electric Co., fan 50.49 

Canadian Industries, chemicals 23.56 

Canadian Mill Supplies, wiper waste 36.30 

Canadian Power Regulator 10.00 

Canadian Pacific Railway, telegrams 23. 19 

Canadian Tire Corporation, batteries 34.85 

Carswell Co., binding 34.61 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, etc 1,471.04 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 67.95 

Connaught Laboratories, rats, etc 228.70 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., uniforms 108.01 

E. CuUen & Sons, animals 209.30 

Darnell Corporation, casters 10.22 

Davies Electric Co., gelatine 52 . 73 

Department of Chemistry, analysis 20.00 

Dictaphone Corporation, decaphone 240.00 

Drummondville Cotton Co., fabric 656.90 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 46.57 

Eastman Photographic Stores, plates, etc 719.93 

T. Eaton Co., towelling, etc ^ 171.92 

Flash Fasteners of Canada, fastener chain 342.00 

W. R. Franks, travelling expenses. ' 22.25 

French Ivory Co., chemicals 11.29 

General Ofiftce Furniture, chair 13.00 

Grand & Toy. telephone arms, chair, file, etc 78.25 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., bromide, sheeting, syringes, etc 315.50 

D. Irwin, travelling expenses 119.21 

Journal Biological Chemistry, volume 27.61 

Kelly Feed & Seed Co., feed 10.70 

Langleys Limited, cleaning 13.50 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corporation, carbonic gas 21 .00 

John McGillian, carrots 16.00 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 54.09 

Merck & Co.. chemicals 99.97 

Metallic Roofing Co., supply & erect metal clad bldg 455.00 

MohofTy Iron Works, wood trucks 64.80 

McCutcheon Camera Shop, projector, etc .' 31 .35 

McGraw Hill Publishing Co., subscription 22.00 

National Research Council, payment on account of "Franks 

suit" 937.00 

Ocean Chemical Co., fumigate dust room 20.00 

Office Specialty Co., fit locks on cabinet-. 88.90 

Parkers Jewellers Ltd., stop watch 15.00 

Peckovers Ltd., copper tubing 18.51 

Miss S. Piatt, nitrogen determinations 54.00 

Postage 70 . 20 

Wesley Purvis, animals 19 . 50 

Railway Engineering Specialties, valves, repair parts ■ 108.54 

Rahm Instrument Co., recorder 89.36 

Ralston Purina Co. feed 314.26 

Richards Glass Co., glassware, etc 79.57 

Riseborough & Jackson, feed 19.43 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections, ribbons 38.25 

Robert Simpson Co., rubber gloves 23.40 

Swift Canadian Co., fat 20.09 

E. W. Todd, feed, care and feeding of animals 56.00 

Toronto Elevators, fox feed $ 18. 30 

Vulcan Asphalt Co., mastic floor 48.00 

Wholesale Radio Co., radio parts 55.74 

Sundry disbursements by Dept., telephones and telegrams, 

$20.12; hardware, $40.01; stationery and drugs, $36.09; 
car tickets, $14.00; ice and food supplies, $26.54; sun- 
dries, $113.24 250.00 



158 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



University Press, letterheads, carbon, books $ 376. 12 

Accounts'under SIO (38) 162.79 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, S96.87; freight, S219.80; 

labour, S34.10, material, $1,933.19 2,283.96 



),357.22 



Credited from Banting Research Foundation. . . $16,000.00 

Ontario Mining Association 5,000.00 

J. T. White, Bequest 600.00 

Charged to Insulin Committee Surplus 42,757.22 

64,357.22 

$ 5,000.00 
(b) Best Research: 

Physiology: 

F. L. Robinson, Head of Technical Staff (paid also in Phy- 

siolog>') Salary-, $500.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus $13.75. . 513.75 

Technical Assistants: 

C. Scattergood, at $875; on war service, contribution to Pen- 

sion Fund 21 .90 

Miss A. I. Jaffrav, salary-, $900; 5 mos., wartime bonus $37.50 937.50 

A. Greig, salary,' $720; 5 mos., wartime bonus $30.00 750.00 

Miss X. R. Hearn, salar^', $720; 5 mos., wartime bonus $30.00 750.00 

P. Prosser, at $900; resigned 28 February-; salary, $600; 1 

month, wartime bonus $7.50 607 50 

A. T. Stonyer, 6 mos. salary, $240; 5 mos., wartime bonus, 

.$20.00 \ 260.00 

Mrs. J. M. D. Williamson, 3 mos. at $780; transferred to 

Physiology 

D. A. Stainsby, from 15 July to 7 January 

E. C. Anderson, V^ month 

Temporary Technical Assistants: 

H. V. Swift. 30 weeks, 5 davs 

D. E. McLeod, 23 13 week's, .$420; wartime bonus $38.40. . . 
Miss M. Thornhill, 36 1/3 weeks, $472.34; wartime bonus, 

$27.73 

P. G. Hopperton, 20 weeks. $363.00 wartime bonus, $36.30. . 
Mrs. I. Scott, 20 weeks. $297.50; wartime bonus, $29.75. . . . 
J. Wigglesworth. 20 weeks, .$297.50; wartime bonus $29.75. . 

J. J. Clear\% 20 weeks 

H. Stainsbv. 22 weeks . .■ 

Miss R. A.Riggins, 19 1/3 weeks, $261; wartime bonus $26.10 

D. Brown, 16 weeks, 2 days 

Mrs. Gladys Steele, at $65.00; from 26 March to 30 June, 

$207.58; wartime bonus $20.76 

A. Lougheed, 3 mos., (transferred to Experimental Medical 

Research) 

A. Arcari, one month 

D. Snow, one month 

W. Hardie, 17 to 30 June. $25.67; wartime bonus $2.57 

On War Service: 

J. E. Walker, at $1,200.00; contribution to Pension Fund 

from 1 January, 1941, to 30 June, 1942 45.00 

L. C. Brock, at $1,440.00; contribution to Pension Fund. ... 39.60 

Mrs. Alison Moffitt, Laboratory Attendant, salary, $720.00; 5 

mos., wartime bonus $30.00 750 . 00 

Miss E. L. Mahon, Secretary, at $1,250.00; transferred from School 

of Hygiene from 1 February; salary', $520.83; wartime bonus 

$46.88 567 . 71 

Secretarial Assistant: 

Miss M. T. Millar, salary, $1,140.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus, 

$44.04 $ 1,184.04 

Miss F. Herbert, salary, $960.00; 5 mos., wartime bonus $40.00 1,000.00 

$54,578.56 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



159 



Expenses (S9,436.88): 

Agfa Ansco Ltd., soda flakes sulphite, etc $ 26.24 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 13. 14 

Allen Mfg. Co., laundry 183.54 

Art Metropole, cardboard 12 . 65 

Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, chemicals 12. 10 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 17.00 

Brooks, Marble & Tile Co., repair floor 26.74 

Canadian General Electric Co., fan 50.49 

Canadian Industries, chemicals 23.56 

Canadian Mill Supplies, wiper waste 36. 30 

Canadian Power Regulator 10.00 

Canadian Pacific Railway, telegrams 23. 19 

Canadian Tire Corporation, batteries 34.85 

Carswell Co., binding 34 . 61 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, etc 1,471 .04 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 67.95 

Connaught Laboratories, rats, etc 228.70 

Corbett-Cowlev Ltd., uniforms 108.01 

E. Cullen & Sons, animals 209.30 

Darnell Corporation, casters 10.22 

Davies Electric Co.. gelatine 52.73 

Department of Chemistry, analysis 20.00 

Dictaphone Corporation, decaphone 240.00 

Drummondville Cotton Co., fabric 656.90 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 46.57 

Eastman Photographic Stores, plates, etc 719.93 

T. Eaton Co., towelling, etc 171.92 

Flash Fasteners of Canada, fastener chain 342.00 

W. R. Franks, travelling expenses 22.25 

French Ivory Co., chemicals 1 1 . 29 

General Office Furniture, chair 13.00 

Grand & Toy, telephone arms, chair, file, etc 78.25 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., bromide, sheeting, syringes, etc 315.50 

D. Irwin, travelling expenses 119.21 

Journal Biological Chemistry', volume 27.61 

Kelly Feed & Seed Co., feed 10.70 

Langleys Limited, cleaning 13.50 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corporation, carbonic gas 21 .00 

John McGillian, carrots 16.00 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 54.09 

Merck & Co., chemicals 99.97 

Metallic Roofing Co., supply & erect metal clad bldg 455.00 

Mohoffy Iron Works, wood trucks 64. 80 

C. E. Caron, 9 1/3 weeks, $149.34; wartime bonus, $14.93'. . 164.27 

R. Newport, 4 1 /3 weeks 60 . 00 

Mrs. M. E. McKenzie, 2 weeks 26.00 

G. Hall, 5 days 16.50 

Miss D. M. Secord, Secretarial Assistant (paid also in Phv- 

siology) Salary, $150.00; wartime bonus $5.00 ' . 155.00 

Miss M. L. Wilkinson, Secretarial and Library Assistant, 

salary $1,020.00, 5 mos., wartime bonus, $42.10 1,062. 10 

Physiological Hygiene: 

D. Y. Solandt, Associate Professor (paid also in Physiology 

and in School of Hygiene) 400.00 

Mrs. Ruth C. Partridge, Research Associate (paid also in 

School of Hygiene and from Special Funds) salarv 

$200.00 wartime bonus, $5.42 '. 205. 42 

C. R. Cowan, Senior Technical Assistant, at $700.00 on war 

service from November (also in Banting Research and 

School of Hygiene) 350.00 

J. Scattergood, Technical Assistant at $1,150.00; on war 

service, contribution to Pension Fund 31.65 

J. Campbell, Assistant Professor at $1,000.00 (paid also in 

Physiology) on war service from November 500.00 

E. Fidlar, Lecturer and Research Associate (paid also in 

Physiology) salary $300.00, wartime bonus, $8.75 308.75 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



S. \'. Svdenstricker, temporary Special Lecturer, honorarium 

S60.00 in United States funds $ 66.88 

W. G. E. Eggleton, 7 mos. at SI, 800.00; transferred to 

Physiolog>' 1,050.00 

Research Assistants: 

D. G. Gemerov. 6 mos 1,200.00 

Gracent Eidt, 7 mos. at SI, 500.00; transferred to Physiolog\- 875.00 

S. B. Raska, 6 mos. salary S810; 5 mos., wartime bonus S54.60 864.60 
Miss J. I. Hamilton, salary S840.00; 5 mos. wartime bonus 

$35.00 875.00 

Miss M. S. Moorhouse, salary S720.00; 5 mos. wartime bonus 

S30.00 750.00 

Dr. Jeanne M. Fisher, 3 mos 300.00 

W. S. Hoar, 2 mos. salar>' S260.00; wartime bonus S22.17. . . 282. 17 
Miss D. Ursula Dale, 3 mos. salary S255.00; 1 mo. wartime 

bonus $8.42 263.42 

Miss M. L. Hawxhurst, 3 mos 255.00 

E. A. Ryan. 2 mos 200.00 

Fellows: 

F. J. Warner, 8 mos. (paid also in Anatomy) salary $300.00; 

4 mos. wartime bonus $12.50 312 . 50 

D. R. Murray, 21 days 67.75 

Expenses: 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware S 77.35 

American Journal of Pathology', subscription 43.41 

Apex .Salvage Co., desk 32 . 25 

Auto Electric Service, sockets 11.50 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co., microscope serials, etc 545.00 

Bay Salvage Co.. chesterfield 125.00 

Beardmore & Co.. belting 50.98 

Auguste Bolte, isinglass 25.55 

Borden Co., mi.xer 62.82 

R. F. Breux, frogs 66.00 

British Drug House, tintometer, etc 162.98 

Business Furniture Co., filing cabinet 40.00 

F. J. Burns & Co., frogs 53.43 

Canada Packers, beef glands, etc 29 . 51 

Canadian Electric Supplies, condensers, etc 40.70 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., screws, tapes, etc 57.09 

Canadian General Electric Co., mazda lamps, etc 413.73 

Canadian Kodak Sales, rodachromes, titles 56.96 

Canadian Pacific Railway's, telegrams 38.54 

Canadian Tire Corp., batteries 73.52 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals 1,425.46 

R. H. Chappell, glass blowing 24.26 

Connaught Laboratories, heparin, etc 546.57 

Consolidated Optical Co., plates 10.29 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., uniforms 29.62 

Corning Glass Works, prints, slides, etc 225.57 

E. Cullen & Sons, animals 2,340.96 

T. Eaton Co., needles, brushes, etc 240.76 

Eastman Kodak Co., supplies 26.36 

Eastman Photographic Stores, supplies 116.33 

Allaine Fountaine, frogs 171 . 15 

Geo. M. Hendrie Ltd., coloured chalk 100.45 

Holman Leather Goods Co., case for lantern 20.52 

Imperial Optical Co., plate test 22.00 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., chemicals, etc 477.78 

Kelley Feed & Seed Co., feed 729.25 

X. Langmuir Mfg. Co., suitcase for apparatus 138.00 

Mclntyre and Taylor, castings 148.74 

Merck & Co., chemicals 52.37 

National Film Board, film 250.00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cabinet 52.00 

Osier Factory Service of Canada, clippers, etc 55.50 

Ontario Tvpewriter Co., reconditioned machine 85.00 

C. F. Palmer, paper 24.42 

J. Palmer, meter control 415 . 00 



$ 18,483.63 



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Park Butchers, meat $ 360 . 9G 

Photographic Service, prints, slides, etc 18.94 

Postage 30.00 

Queen City (ilass Co., cutting glass 44 . 15 

Renold-Coventry Ltd., gears 12.96 

Rohhins &; Townsend, inspection. rii)bons 12 00 

\'ail & Sheppard. cases 24.00 

("jilbcrt C. Storey .Machinery Co., electric motors 132.00 

Taylor Instrument Co. of Canada, dermatherm 184.05 

Arthur H. Thomas Co., burettes 42.46 

Walker-Wallace Ltd., milk cans 28.00 

W. M. Welch Mfg. Co., vacuum pumps 279.45 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corp., photronic cells 304.42 

Whiting Corp. Ltd., motor 562.80 

Wholesale Radio Co., radio parts 1,208.24 

John Wyeth & Bro. Canadian Ltd., drugs 394.85 

I'niversitv Press, paper, pens, etc 137.74 

Accounts'under $10 (9) 42 . 20 

Travelling E.\penses: 

C. H. Best 436.87 

D. V. Solandt 639.23 

L. B. Jacques 70. 18 

James Campbell 323 . 45 

Alan Hisey Ill .28 

N. R. Stephenson 30 . 67 

Alex. E. McDonald 136 . 35 

C. R. Cowan 88. 19 

E. T. Waters 16.76 

Douglas Gomeroy 14 . 20 

J. W. Doles 250 . 00 

Miss Jean Hamilton 75.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, S283.17; telephone, $51.77; 

labour, $38.70; material, $272.01 645.65 

$34,875.36 

Charged to Insulin Committee Grant 29,875.36 



$ 5,000.00 



$ 10,000.00 
S 27,091.42 



APPENDIX III. 

University Press 

Ledger Balances (net) as at 30 June, 1941: 

Contingent Reserve Account $ 7,246.08 

Surplus .\ccount 29,581 .91 



S 36,827.99 



Transactions for the year ending 30th June, 1942 

Receipts from the Press, Book Department and Publications $286,703.31 

Expenditures (including plant purchased and charged to 

Surplus Account) $296,345.28 

Grant to .Alumni Federation of University of Toronto. . . 840.00 

297,185.28 



Note 



10,481.97 



$ 26,346.02 



The abo\e figures co\"er the accounts i^assing through the Bursar's 
Oftice. Supplementary thereto the Manager of the Press had on 
hand on the 30th June, 1942, as shown by his records. Inventories, 
etc., (including Work in Progress) $55,849.55; .Accounts Recei\able 
(less reserve) $20,926.95 less Sundry Lial)ilities (net) $10,132.66 
making with the above cash balance of $26,346.02 a total Surjjlus 
over Liabilities of $93,441.34. 



162 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Details of Expenditure 

Salaries and Wages ($107,314.14): 

A. Gordon Burns, Manager $ 4,800.00 

Miss E. M. Walker, Secretary 2,138.43 

Assistants: 

Miss I. E. McTaggart 1,526.56 

Miss E. Baguley. at $1,475.00 resigned 31 December 737.50 

Clerks: 

Miss M. Storev. 3 mos. at $1,100.00; 9 mos. at $1,200.00. . . . 1.220.84 

Miss E. Wilson, 3 mos. at $1,050.00; 9 mos. at $1,200.00. . . . 1,208.34 

Mrs. Florence Friendship 1,169.28 

Miss R. Buchan 1,118.28 

Miss C. Carroll 1,041.67 

Miss X. Reanv 1,015.62 

Miss R. Mitchell, 7 mos. at $950.00; 5 mos. at $1,000.00. . . . 1,012.50 

Miss M. MacMurray 963.54 

Mrs. A. Hackett, at $1,075.00; resigned 30 September 268.75 

Miss I. Potter. Stenographer, at $1,075.00 resigned 24 January. . 606.85 

George Edwards, Caretaker 1,654. 17 

Pay lists, wages of employees 86,831 . 81 

Editorial Services ($4,011.46): 

Mrs. A. Hewitt, General Editor, 12 months 2,011 .46 

M. L. Bladen 75.00 

V. W. Bladen 395.00 

A. Brady 100.00 

E. K. Brown 50 . 00 

G. W. Brown 412.50 

P. Child 100.00 

D. G. Creighton 75.00 

G. P. de T. Glazebrook 62 . 50 

Mrs. R. A. Hackett 200.00 

W. P. M. Kennedy • 250.00 

R. G. Riddell 50.00 

Mrs. M. Shepherd 30.00 

A. S. P. Woodhouse 200.00 

Payments to contributors to publications 278.09 

Payments of Royalties and returns from sales 5,047. 65 

Supplies and General Operating Expenses ($108,229.58): 

Acco Canadian Co., covers, binders 235.32 

-Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware ?■* 9^ 

.\le.\ander and Cable Co., lithographing 139.(50 

,\llied .Social Science Association, dues 30. 00 

.\llyn and Bacon, books 71 .08 

.American Chemical Society, books 74.50 

.■\merican Institute of .Steel Construction, books 192.50 

••Xmerican Library Association, dues 120.60 

American Medical Association, books 153.81 

American Public Health Association, books 92. 11 

.American .Society for Testing Metals, books 54.68 

Animated Fusion Training Chart Co.. charts 40.39 

.Annual Re\iews, books 85 . 30 

D. Appleton-Century Co.. books 634.49 

.Art Metropole, slide rules, brushes, etc 521 .97 

.Atwell Fleming Printing Co., services rendered in composition. . . 48.40 

Barber Ellis of Canada Ltd., envelopes, stationery 3,843.75 

Barnes & Noble, books 296. 70 

Bausch and Lomb Optical Co., micrometer 42.72 

Blackhall & Co., binding 224.22 

Blakiston Co., books. 368.44 

Board of Trade, advertising 45 . 00 

Border Brokers, customs 5,502 . 46 

Bostitch Canada Ltd., staples, bostitch fastener 180.00 

R. Bourne & .Son, hooks, covers 132.50 

Brigdens Ltd., printing . 53 . 47 

J. R. Brooks, music paper 48.50 

Brown Bros. Ltd., stationery 3.745. 67 

Buntin Gillies & Co., paper 333.65 



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Buiitin Reid Co., parchment, paper $3,700.58 

Bureau of Publications (Teacher's College), publications 40.36 

Bursar, refund re account of Research Enterprises 100.00 

Charles Bush Ltd., ink ^ 1,039.66 

Bernard Cairns, stamps 32 . 40 

Canada Carbon «S: Ribbon Co., ribbons, carbon 195.70 

Canada Label & Webbing Co., tape 38.30 

Canada Metal Co.. metal 1 ,023 . 41 

Canada Paper Wholesale Ltd., paper 373. 12 

Canadian Linotype Ltd., repairs 132. 16 

Canadian Medical Association, advertising 26.00 

Canadian National Railways, telegrams 98.21 

Canadian Pacific Railways, telegrams 201 .99 

Canadian Pacific Express Co., express charges 27.36 

Canadian Poetry Magazine, advertising 37.50 

Canadian Political Science Association, books 32.00 

Canadian Public Health Association, advertising 187.69 

Canadian Silk Mfg. Co., towel service 64.26 

Carbon Paper Service Bureau, carbon paper 73. 74 

Carroll's Canadian Metals, metal 199.37 

Eugene E. Carroll Co., grinding knives 47. 60 

Central Scientific Co., instruments, rulers, etc 242.07 

Chemical Publishing Co., books 26. 11 

Chemical Rubber Co., repairs, parts, etc 359. 70 

College Times, ad\ertising 37.00 

Columbia University Press, books 191 . 28 

Commonwealth Fund, books 57.03 

Cooper and Beatty Ltd., composition 216.03 

Luther M. Cornwall Co., metals 41 .04 

Delanev & Pettit Ltd., glue 166.75 

W. R. b. Eye Paper Pads, pads 81 . 18 

Walter Dickinson & Co.. gummed paper, pen points ? 416.54 

Di.xon Pencil Co., pencils 83.02 

Dodd Mead & Co., books. 474.81 

Dominion Blank Book Co., indexes, covers 168.77 

Dominion Envelope Co., envelopes 57. 15 

Dominion Paper Box Ltd., filing boxes 144.95 

Eagle Pencil of Canada Ltd., pencils 266.46 

Eaton-Crane & Pike Co., paper 50 . 36 

T. Eaton Co., books, cape, rubber 68. 62 

Eclipse Fountain Pen & Pencils Co., pens, repairs 50.92 

E. B. Eddy Co., paper. . 5,893.66 

Elliott Addressing Machine Co., stencils 51 .26 

Eversharp Canada Ltd., pens, pencils, repairs 74.45 

Henry C.eorge Fiehlcr, repairs 58. 50 

W. J. Gage <S: Co., index cards, examinntion books, pnper 3,798.41 

Henry A. Gardner, publications 25 . 20 

Geographical Publishing Co., publications 26.56 

D. Gestetner Ltd., stencils, ink, paper 103.21 

Globe & Mail, advertising 62.00 

Grand & Toy Ltd.. ledger sheets, covers, fasteners 101 .64 

Graphic Engravers Ltd., engraving 1,784.32 

Fred W. Halls Paper Co., paper 496.86 

T. H. Hancock Lumber Co., bo.xes 34.46 

Harcourt Brace & Co., stationery 26.82 

W. E. Hardman Co., ruling sheets ' 74.25 

Harper & Bros., books 288.99 

Harris Seybold Potter Ltd.. repairs to stitcher 91 . 58 

Harvard University Press, books 278.21 

Henderson Bros. Ltd., paper ruling 342.50 

High Park Window Cleaners 25 . 00 

Paul B. Hoeber Inc., books 103.24 

Houghton Mifflin & Co., publications 489.94 

Industrial Press, books 172.70 

Interscience Publishers, books 59.10 

Richard D. Irwin, books 56.59 

C. H. Johnson & Son, cartage 542.25 

Keuffel & Esser Co., rulers, slide rules, glasses, etc 443.37 

The Levis Ltd., wipers 139. 17 

Lawyer's Co-operative Publishing Co., subscriptions 64.00 

Linotype Composing Co., catalogue 69.00 



164 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Luckett Loose Leaf Ltd., inventory sheets, covers $3,111 .70 

Lumley & Hewitt, paper 39.75 

Gordon MacKay & Co., flannel, cotton, etc 32.88 

MacLean Publishing Co., advertising 51 .00 

A. J. McCrae & Son, pencils 36.00 

McGraw-Hill Book Co., books 5.673.05 

Geo. McMurrich Sons Ltd.. insurance 64.73 

Medico Dental Publishing Co., books 100. 70 

Merck & Co., index 344.50 

Meredith Simmons & Co., paste 28.45 

Might Directories Ltd., addressing envelopes 74.46 

Monotype Co. of Canada Ltd., metal, molds, brushings 532.01 

Moore Type Foundry Ltd., leads, composition 59.53 

Nichols Advertisers Ltd., pads 69.45 

Nordeman Publishing Co., books 53.96 

Northern Electric Co., lamps 45 . 76 

W. W. Norton & Co.. books 202 . 94 

Thos. E. Obrig, books 39 . 00 

Odyssey Press, books 45 . 12 

Ontario Medical Association, advertising 53.25 

O. J. Ouellette Cie, paper 327.85 

Jas. Palmer, mechanical stage, lens 25.47 

Parker Fountain Pen Co., pens, pencils, repairs " 674.21 

R. A. Phillips Ltd., pennants, cushion covers, crests 218.52 

Photo Engravers & Electrotypers Ltd., engraving 693.69 

Phvsicians Record Co., books 25. 65 

Prentice Hall Inc., books 285.00 

Professional Press, books 43 . 60 

Provincial Paper Ltd., paper, enamel 12,449.94 

Psychological Corp., books 43. 50 

Raine Engraving Co., brass die, rules, etc 132 . 97 

Ratcliff Paper Co., paper, twine 60.83 

Recei\'er General of Canada, books 136.32 

Reinhold Publishing Corp., books 235.85 

Reliance Engravers Ltd., drawings, engravings 2,457.05 

Remington Rand Ltd., typewriter 63.75 

Robbins & Townsend, ribbons, carbon paper 214.30 

Ronald Press, books 80 . 41 

Roneo Co. of Canada Ltd., ink, stencils 31 . 35 

Ryerson Press, binders, book pockets 212 . 42 

Savoy & Sons, paper & en\"elopes 166 . 98 

Science Press Printing Co., books 31 . 14 

"The School," advertising 267.00 

Chas. Scribner's Sons books 86 . 49 

.Service Linotyping Co., linotyping 169.63 

W. A. Sheaffer Pen Co. of Canada Ltd., pens, repairs 69.81 

Shecd & Ward, books 35.78 

Howard Smith Paper Mills Ltd., paper 676. 18 

Southam Press Toronto Ltd., folding forms, etc 32.00 

Standard Embossing Co., embossing cards and letterheads 287.02 

G. E. Stechert & Co., books 97.21 

-Stephen Sales Ltd., stencils, folders, covers, etc 299.85 

.Student's Administrative Council, advertising 82.24 

.Superintendent of Documents, books 310.00 

Chas. C. Thomas, books 50 . 07 

Toronto Envelope Co., paper, envelopes 1,319.54 

Toronto Graphic Arts Association, dues, etc 643.78 

Toronto, St. Catharines Transport Co., cartage 210.91 

Toronto Type Foundry Co., wrench, tape, drills 172.04 

Townsley Printers' Supply and Machinery Co., repairs 145.92 

Trinity- IJnixersity Review, advertising " 34. 10 

Trophy Craft Ltd., cards 66.80 

A. \V. Tucker, books 138. 32 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., ribbons, tvpewriter, etc 270.59 

United Paper Mills Ltd., paper ' 4,735.86 

Universal Thread Co., thread 66. 15 

University of Chicago Press, books 493.25 

University of Minnesota Press, books 54. 12 

University Prints, books 103.48 

University of Toronto Monthly, advertising 160.00 

D. \"an Nostrand Co., books 570 . 86 



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\'enus Paper Co., paper $ 38.05 

\'ictoria Paper & Twine Co., cups, paper, twine, etc 787.32 

Visible Records Ltd 294 . 30 

L. E. Waterman Co., pens, pencils, repairs 562,46 

Major Barry Watson, services re publication 25.00 

Wh>-te Hook Paper Co., paper, cloth, millboard 689.05 

John Wiley & Sons, books 4,252.42 

Williams & Wilkins Co., books 11,473.31 

H. W. Wilson Co., books. 98.66 

Wilson Munroe Co., paper, binding, leatherette 2,237.68 

Yale University Press, books 33 . 03 

York Electrotypers, electros, zinc 135.97 

Accounts under $25 (382) 2,670. 13 

Books, etc. ($34,371.74): 

Thos. Allen Ltd 76.86 

British Medical Journal 40 . 69 

Butterworth & Co. (Canada) 32.00 

Canadian Dental Research Foundation 44.00 

Canadian Nurses Association 60. 75 

Canadian Offices Training Corps 619.58 

Canadian Pharmaceutial Association Inc 288.75 

Carswell Co 272, 17 

Cassell&Co 90.52 

W^ & R. Chambers 158.99 

J. & A. Churchill 460.44 

Clarke Irwin & Co 3,172.85 

Wm. Collins Son & Co 102 . 04 

Copp Clarke Co 2,337.07 

Wm. Dawson & Son ... 74. 83 

Wm. Dawson, Subscription Service 319.42 

J. M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Ltd 594.64 

Walter Dickenson & Co 51 . 60 

W. J. Gage & Co 1,403.24 

General Publishing Co 288.31 

Ginn & Co 1,298.47 

International Correspondence Schools 246.02 

J. B. Lippincott Co 64,41 

Longmans Green & Co 2,260 . 45 

MacMillan Co. of Canada Ltd 9,295.49 

McAinsh & Co 4,766,25 

McClelland & Stewart Ltd 548.89 

George J. McLeod Ltd 101 . 23 

Montreal Star Co 25.00 

Musson Book Co 240 . 44 

Thos. Nelson & Sons Ltd 454. 65 

Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (Canada) Ltd 1,238.74 

Receiver General, Dept. of Public Printing and Stationery' 255.37 

Ryerson Press 650 . 89 

S. J. Reginald Saunders 92,90 

Rudolf Schick 40.00 

Simpkin Marshall Ltd 1,405.80 

H.M. Stationery Office 351 .04 

Accounts under $25 (82) 546. 95 

A. G. Burns, Manager, travelling expenses 50.58 

Microscopes 7,727.84 

Advertising, $1,022.19; Postage and excise, $2,928.90; Bank 

charges and exchange. $2,845.18; cleaning, $147.28; Freight, 

express and cartage, $271.03; meals for nightwork, $127.50; 

Sundries, $100.21 7,442 . 29 

Heat and Light, $2,369.78; Gas, $331.92; Telephone. $369.00; 

Water, $131 .43 3,202 . 13 

Superintendent's Dept., labour. $904.22; material, $913.09 1,817.31 

Collector of Customs and Excise, sales tax 7,318.57 

Contribution to Employees Pension Account 923.53 

Plant Account ($8,610.17): 

Canadian Linotype, linotype 7,828.99 

Toronto Type Foundry, paper drilling machine ($881.18, less 

allowance on old equipment $100.00) 781 . 18 



$296,345.28 



166 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

APPENDIX IV. 

Superintendent's Stores and Sundry Labour Account 

Ledger Balance, 30th June, 1941 $ 12,503.23 

Purchases made during 1941-42 ($149,785.19): 

Advance Glass and Mirror Co., glass $ 250.39 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 2,837.65 

Ajax Engineering Ltd., cooling tower 355.00 

Allanson Armature Mfg. Co., aviation electrical supplies 52.70 

Allcock, Laight & Westwood Co., blanket 27.00 

George Allen Co., paint 61.80 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., corkboard 76.55 

Associated Chemical Co., chemicals 653 . 56 

Atlas Plate Glass Co., glass 139.52 

Aulcraft Paints Ltd., paint 30 . 76 

Baines & David, steel and brass 484.51 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, blinds and shades 76.58 

Beardmore & Co., belting 136.62 

Beldam's Asbestos Packing Ltd., paint, etc 223 . 50 

Bennett & Wright Ltd., plumbers supplies 154.96 

J. Bernhardt, smoke stack erected and painted 192.50 

Berrv Bros., paints, varnish 335 . 14 

Boake Mfg. Co., lumber 1,521.25 

Boeckh & Co., brushes 43.55 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., patching floor, etc 403. 85 

Builders Supplies Ltd., stone, lath, plaster 220.23 

Building Partners, cvlinders 38.71 

Robert Bury & Co., 'lumber 2,981.01 

Canada Building Materials, cement, etc 167.58 

Canada Hardware Ltd., hooks, locks, etc 73. 16 

Canada Linseed Oil Mills Ltd 129.91 

Canada Metal Co., solder, sheet lead, etc 551 . 88 

Canada Packers Ltd., soap 920.02 

Canada Wire & Cable Co., cable, etc 146 . 16 

Canadian Asbestos Ontario Ltd 359.02 

Canadian Astatic Ltd., microphone -46.31 

Canadian Blower & Forge Co., fan 36.84 

Canadian Carborundum Co., aluminum 25.65 

Canadian Chromalox Co., heaters 34.35 

Canadian Durex Abrasives Ltd., paper, emery cloth 55.76 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., casters, scales, etc 76.97 

Canadian General Electric Co., electrical supplies 3,239.37 

Canadian Germicide Co., soap dispensers 658.00 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol, towels, alcohol 125.40 

Canadian Industries Ltd., paint, wax, varnishes, etc 441 .37 

Canadian Johns-Manville Co., insulation 231 . 76 

Canadian Mill Supply Co., sheets, supplies 286.59 

Canadian National Carbon Co., brushes, plugs 122.45 

Canadian National Exhibition, rental of lights, etc 36.00 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, brooms, etc 332.66 

Canadian Oil Co., terpol 261 . 84 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., servicing 99.76 

Canadian Sirocco Co.. fan blower 678.32 

Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd., tubes, etc 84.88 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., radio, radiotrons, etc 995.96 

Casselman Co., cheesecloth, etc 208.30 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, thermoregulator 158.80 

Chadwick Electric Co., electrical supplies 28.28 

Classic Mantel & Stone, set of travetine rock 40.00 

Coleman Lamp & Stove Co., stove, lantern 45.90 

Colgate- Pal molive-Peet Co., soap 356. 40 

Colling Tire Shop, casings 38.06 

Commercial Chemical Co., oil, paint 32.96 

Commercial Lithograph Co., lithographing 55.30 

Community Electrical Supply, supplies 586. 30 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co.. glass 554.58 

Continental Can Co., cans and caps 81 . 45 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 85.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 167 



Cooper Bros. & Wilson, shower partitions $ 76.93 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., uniforms, etc 795. 11 

Corning Glass Works, glass, bottles, etc 482.53 

Crain Printers Ltd., stationery 308.07 

Crane Ltd., plumbers supplies 1,862.52 

Thos. H. Crozier, resurfacing floors 25.00 

Crown Diamond Paint Co 972 . 10 

W. H. Cunningham & Ilill. valves, burners 397. 77 

Currie Products Ltd., roofing 569.24 

Darnell Corporation of Canada, casters 65 . 28 

Diamond Cleanser & Soaps Ltd., cleansers, soaps 972.38 

Diamond State Fibre Co., rod 45 . 73 

Henry Disston & Sons, saws, knives 311 .60 

Dominion Bridge Co., bars, rods, angles 430.92 

Dominion Carbon Brush Co., brushes 213.02 

Dominion Linseed Oil Co 313 . 92 

Dominion Oxygen Co., oxygen 442.54 

Downing & Co., fuse refills 573.98 

Downtown Welding, welding 70. 30 

Drummond, McColl & Co.. brass rod, steel 370.76 

C. A. Dunham & Co., plumbers supplies 434.58 

T. Eaton Co., chair sets, mats, towels, etc 695.90 

Electrolux Canada Ltd., brushes 26.25 

Ellis & Howard, flashlight, etc 474.32 

Empire Brass Mfg. Co., plumbers supplies 350.46 

Empire Wall Papers Ltd 204. 45 

Ennis Wonder Polish Co., polish 129.60 

Evans & Co., chamois 66.64 

Exide Batteries of Canada, batteries 49.63 

Ferranti Electric Ltd., electrical supplies 107.63 

E. B. Fielding & Co., turpentine 1.078.55 

Thos. Firth & John Brown Ltd., steel, etc 2,185 . 55 

Frigidaire Products of Canada Ltd., cabinet 159.56 

Garage Supply Co., batteries 109.37 

Garlock Packing Co., coils, etc 75 . 88 

General Dry Batteries of Canada, batteries 269.87 

General Steel Wares, Ltd.. pails, water cooler, etc 302.21 

General Theatre Supply Co.. suprex-carbons 37.05 

Good Specialties Ltd., hardware 45. 75 

Gooderham & Worts Ltd.. alcohol 23,594 . 64 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., belts, etc 28. 87 

B. Greening Wire Co., screen 226. 72 

Grinnell Co. of Canada, plumbers supplies . 3,298.75 

A. Guinness & Co., paper napkins, tray covers 64.20 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., hose, treads, etc 154.93 

Hamilton Carhartt Mfg. overalls, etc 84.49 

Joe Hampson, concrete-sand 63.00 

J. Hannen, wood-turning 29.22 

Harpham Bros., tube, casings 50 . 76 

W. Harris & Co., glue 69. 12 

Geo. H. Hees, Son & Co., cord 67.83 

Geo. M. Hendrv Co., chalk 63.21 

Hobbs Glass Ltd 52 . 07 

Hudson Plumbing Supplies 673.93 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, lamps 4,265.26 

Imperial Oil Co., oil 194.41 

Imperial \'arnish & Color Co., enamel, paint ' 162.70 

John Inglis & Co., arch plates 59.72 

International \'arnish Co., paint 1,254.47 

Isard-Le Fevre Mfg. Co., metal door frame 40.26 

Geo. Keith & Son, grass-seed 364.30 

Kennedy Mfg. Co., chemicals 57.02 

Kilgours Ltd., paper napkins, dixie cups, etc 5,832.88 

La France Fire Engine & Foamite Ltd., extinguishers 463.09 

R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., lumber 96. 13 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel Ltd 1 12 . 28 

John Leckie Ltd., flags, rope 96.08 

The Levis cleaning compound 165 . 00 

London Soap Co., soap 247 . 50 

Lowe Bros. Co.. paint 162 . 39 

Lundy Fence Co., posts, etc 131.50 



168 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

McBain Foundry, castings $ 41.71 

MacCallum Mfg. Co., floor-Kleen 294.20 

McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., oil and grease 281 . 42 

S. McCord & Co., cement 93.08 

Mclntyre & Taylor Ltd., drainage traps and coils, etc 95.39 

Alex McKay & Co., builders supplies 103.26 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works 479.58 

Masco Co., electric supplies 9,663.64 

Mason Regulator Co., of Canada, yaKes 122.96 

Merck and Co., chemicals 427.02 

Metallic Roofing Co.. roofers' supplies 194.75 

A. Middleton & Co.. paint, etc 596. 19 

Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., switches, etc 40.73 

Moffats Ltd., cooking set. stoye 229.65 

Mollenhauer Contracting Co., reconstruction of floor 473.00 

Moloney Electric Co., transformers 29.50 

Monarch Belting Co., belting 86.89 

Benjamin Moore & Co.. paints 76. 15 

Wallie Moore Paint Co., paints 628.23 

J. H. Morin & Co.. paints, etc . 272.69 

James Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., plumbers supplies 1,128.61 

Mount Royal Metal Co., bends, solder lead 150.97 

Moyer School Supplies, chalk 119.75 

A Muirhead & Co., paints 295.51 

J. Muldoon Ltd., builders supplies 64.75 

Alexander Murray & Co., roofing material 154. 22 

National Drug & Chemical Co., chemicals 201 .24 

National Grocers Co.. cleansers, matches, etc 174.49 

John Nelson & Son. lathing and plastering ceiling 220.00 

New Sanitarv' Wiper & Waste Co 87. 77 

Nichols Chemical Co., acids 1,090.26 

Northern Electric Co., electrical supplies 614.27 

0-Cedar of Canada, mops, polish 59.42 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., chair, transfer cases 121 .50 

Pacific Mills Ltd.. paper 839. 10 

Pannill Door Co., lumber 272.94 

Parsons-Steiner Ltd.. plates 33 . 33 

Patterson and Heward, engraying 37. 80 

Pease Foundry Co., furnace parts 398.73 

Peckoyers Ltd., brass and steel - 618.68 

Pilkington Bros., glass 1,368.73 

Planet Bicycle Co., key blanks 32.70 

Procter & Gamble Co. of Canada, soap 278 . 59 

Proyincial Treasurer of Ontario, truck license, S36.00; gasoline 

ration book SI .00 37.00 

Pryal & Nye, batteries 39.50 

Purdy-Mansell Ltd., plumbers supplies 31 . 96 

Pyrene Mfg. Co.. extinguishers 42 . 00 

Remington Rand Ltd., ribbons, inspection, etc 157.88 

Ritchie Fuels, wood 73 . 00 

Ritchie Cut-Stone Co., stone 29.64 

Robbins & Myers Co.. fan 37.88 

Jas. Robertson Co., plumbers supplies 2,153.84 

Robinson Clay Products, pots, jars, etc 131 . 72 

Roelofson Eleyator Co., repairs 341 27 

Rolls & Darlington, chemicals 129.68 

Roofers Supply Co.. roofing material 105.40 

Frank B. Ross Co.. wax 377.96 

Salem's Garage, repairs to truck 34. 95 

Samuel. Son & Co.. steel 2,299.07 

Sangamo & Co., paper 161.87 

Sarco Canada Ltd., plumbers supplies 28.50 

Satin Finish Hardwood Flooring Ltd., lumber 485.45 

Scarfe and Co., paints, yarnish, etc 660.61 

Schofield-Donald, Ltd., chemicals 564 . 83 

Scythes & Co., rope 45.64 

Shannon Bros, of Canada, lumber 140.07 

Shaw & Wright, hardware 714.36 

Shawinigan Chemicals, chemicals 43.33 

Shell Oil Co. of Canada, gas and oil 89 . 66 

W. Sherwood & Son, motor coils 321 . 04 



LNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 169 



T. S. Simms & Co., dusters, brushes, etc $1,025.41 

Robt. Simpson Co., linen, etc 534 . 12 

John B. Smith & Sons, lumber 3,954.91 

Square D. Company, electrical supplies 1,433.55 

Standard Chemical Co., chemicals 1,233.90 

Standard Sanitary & Dominion Radiator Ltd., tubes, etc 796.95 

Stanley Supply Co., sponges 160.38 

Steel Co. of Canada, gas 139 . 35 

Sterling Electric Co., electrical supplies 390. 18 

G. F. Sterne «& Sons, varnish, etc 672 . 43 

Stewart & Wood, glue, paints 236.49 

S. F. Stinson & Son, lumber 2,180.58 

Gilbert C. Storey Machinery Co., motors 55.00 

Michael Stuart Co., traps 253 . 31 

Sturgeons Ltd., paint, etc 526.30 

Superior Electric Supply Co., electrical supplies 4,317.34 

Supertest Petroleum Corporation, gas 58.50 

Sutherland Plating, locks, screws, etc 35.75 

L. S. Tarshis & Sons, fire extinguisher 84.00 

Textile Products Ltd., floor cloths, etc 3,002.44 

Thayers Ltd., gasoline 1.325.32 

Arthur H. Thomas, repair scientific apparatus 92.97 

Toronto Asphalt Roofing Mfg. Co., roofing supplies 64.83 

Toronto Salt Works, salt 42 . 05 

H. O. Trerice Co., temperature instruments 173. 14 

Triplex Weather Strip Co., weather strip 38.00 

TurnbuU Elevator Co., contacts 61 . 70 

Vacu-Draft Ltd., machinery 84.64 

Vulcan Asphalt & Supplv Co., repairs to floors, etc 60. 16 

C. C. Wakefield & Co., castrol 279.22 

White's Hardware Ltd., screws, nuts, drills, etc 2,240.99 

A. C. Wild & Co., cement, pipe covering, etc 533 . 47 

Wonderful Soap Co., soap 390.00 

G. H. Wood & Co., paper cups, dispensers, etc 134.56 

Wrought Iron Range Co. of Canada Ltd 76. 14 

A. L. Wynston, Jr. Ltd.. wire 366.81 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 98. 77 

Accounts'under ,$25 (144) 1,196.28 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $470.71; labour, ,$6,873.56; 

material, $140.15 7,484.42 



$149,785.19 
Less Credits: 

Dominion Government, refund of tax on alcohol $21,898.71 
Ontario Government, refund of tax on gasoline 

and varsol 219.88 

22,118.59 



Sundry labour as per pay lists: 

Trade mechanics and general workmen $175,592. 75 

Firemen, night watchmen, etc 48,534.92 

Cleaners and miscellaneous 139,911 .80 



$127,666.60 
$140,169.83 



$364,039.47 



Apportionment of the foregoing: 

Administration ($15,637.17): Labour Material 

Bursar's Office $ 1.72 $ .12 

Registrar's Office 4.42 

Superintendent's Office 4,265 . 02 125 . 63 

Convocation and Simcoe Halls 10,796 . 23 1 ,099 . 30 

86 Queen's Park 2 . 40 

184 College Street 567.38 128.82 

Library ($4,036.90): 

Maintenance 570 . 05 420 . 62 

Building 3,466.85 956.37 

Royal Ontario Museum 44,486 . 74 2,920 . 79 



170 REPORT O F THE No. 12 

Athletics, Physical Training ($4,865.61): Labour 

Athletics and Physical Training, men $ 58.59 

Athletics and Physical Education, women 56.85 

Health Service, men 202 . 75 

Hart House 3,978^07 

Physical Health Education, men 

Women's Building (44 Hoskin Ave.) 569.35 

Examinations 233.24 

Faculty of Arts (§43,393.22): 

Applied Mathematics 11 .04 

Astronomy , 23 . 69 

Botany 155.59 

Chemistry 630.58 

Fine Art 15.00 

Geography 15 . 63 

Geology- 93. 72 

Histor%' 93 

Mineralogy- 120.58 

Physics 884. 88 

Political Economy 1.58 

Psychology- 55.42 

Zoology- (formerly Biology) 413.02 

University College, General Expenses 3.80 

Baldwin House 961 . 55 

Biological Building 3,841 . 33 

Botanical Building 3!706.58 

Chemical Building 3,427. 10 

David Dunlap Observatory 1,474.67 

Economics Building 4,001 49 

McLennan Laboratory 7,976.69 

Military Studies Building .' . . . 1,814.62 

Psychology- Buildings 2,'285 , 44 

University College Buildings 9,271 .58 

43 St. George Street 747 . 73 

45 St. George Street 801 . 76 

47 St. George .Street 657.22 

Faculty of Medicine (§29,148.56): 

Anatomy 61 . 85 

Biochemistry (including Zymolog>') 682.83 

Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 121 .65 

Medicine 8.64 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

Paediatrics 

Pathological Chemistry 8.44 

Pathology- and Bacteriology 457. 16 

Pharmacy and Pharmacology 15.70 

Physiology \ 108. 18 

Radiology 1.00 

Art .Service 

General Expenses 42 . 90 

Anatomical Building 3,795. 14 

Banting Institute 7^974.38 

Hygiene Building 11,257. 14 

Medical Building 4,442.39 

School of Hygiene 171 . 16 

Faculty of Applied Science ($15,719.36): 

Applied Physics 69.31 

School of Architecture 46. 84 

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry. . 1,114.11 

Civil Engineering Municipal and Structural. . . . 87.57 

Civil Engineering, Surveying and Geodesy 62.66 

Electrical Engineering 97.07 

Engineering Drawing 179.49 

Mechanical Engineering 122. 11 

Metallurgical Engineering 87.64 

Mining Engineering 51 . 14 

General Expenses 79 . 85 

Photographic Service 15.05 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 171 



Labour Material 

Electrical Building S3,533.35 $ 611.68 

Engineering Building 3,215.31 1,168.98 

Geodetic Observatory Building 437.88 50.33 

Mining Building (including Mill BIdg.) 6,519.98 1,168.90 

Faculty of Dentistry ($7,021.92): 

Laboratory & Infirmary supplies, equipment. . . . 1,343.60 914.02 

Dental Building 5,678.32 1,486.67 

Faculty of Household Science ($2,930.60): 

Household Science 30.42 63.96 

Food Chemistry 84.73 64.50 

Household Science Building 2.815.45 674.56 

Faculty of Forestry- ($578.11): 

Maintenance 62.38 69.76 

Forestr>' Building 515.73 131.28 

School of Nursing ($3,076.78): 

School Maintenance .90 .19 

Residence Maintenance 46.68 68.77 

No. 7 Queen's Park 3,029.20 1,063.80 

University E.xtension and Publicity 730. 16 106.25 

Men's Residences 9,219.05 2,575.35 

Women's Residences & Union ($6,287.82): 

Maintenance of Buildings 5,313.80 1,235.79 

Housekeeping Account 974.02 1,232.99 

Central Power Plant 30,251.06 1,924.58 

Miscellaneous and General ($40,127.76): 

Central Stores 4,475.01 

Grounds 13,240.50 966.57 

Protective Service 17,699. 17 35.35 

Telephones 4,713.08 

Special Research (including Banting & Best) 295.27 2,374. 17 

Ontario College of Education 15.895 . 23 3,071 . 22 

Work done for University Organizations, members of 

staff, sundry incidental accounts, etc. (including 

Accounts Receivable on 30 June, $10,039.00) . . . 90,104.91 63,269.87 

Cash Sales 2,206. 12 



$364,039.47 $118,101.01 



$482,140.48 



Ledger Balance 30 June, 1942 $ 22,068.82 

(Superintendent's Inventory \'alue $33,962.08) 

APPENDIX V. 
Ontario College of Education 

Balance on hand 30 June, 1941 $55,670. 19 

Receipts, 1941-42: 

Legislative Grant 246,000.00 

Fees of Students 61,814.22 

Use of Aura Lee Grounds (Ontario College of Education Athletic 

Field) 600.00 



Expenditures for salaries and maintenance for the year ending 30th 

June, 1942 $304,287.19 

Transferred to the Institute of Child Studv 4,000.00 



$364,084.41 

308,287.19 

$ 55,797.22 



172 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Salaries 

J. G. Althouse, Dean (paid also $350 for Extension Work) S 6,000.00 

Professors: 

P. Sandiford, Science of Education and Director of Department of 
Educational Research at $5,700; ob. 12 October; 2 mos. salary 

paid to widow 2,850 . 00 

J. O. Carlisle, Methods in Classics, also Supervisor of Practice 

Teaching 5,000.00 

G. A. Cornish, Methods in Science 4,700.00 

W. J. Lougheed, Methods in Mathematics 4,700.00 

Miss L. L. Ockley, Home Economics and Supervisor of Women. . 4,600.00 

Associate Professors: 

W. G. Bennett, Commercial Subjects (paid also $13 for Extension 

Work) 4,600.00 

Miss W. G. Barnstead also Director of Library School 4,400.00 

B. C. Diltz, Methods in English and History 4,350.00 

J. A. Long at $4,000; Director of Department of Educational Re- 
search from 1 November at $4,500 (paid also $350 for Exten- 
sion Work, and $30 in School of Nursing) 4,333. 33 

Assistant Professors: 

C. E. Phillips, History of Education and Editor of "The School" 

(paid also $280 for Extension Work, and $200 in School of 

Nursing) 4,550.00 

E. L. Daniher, History 4,200.00 

Miss H. B. St. John, Modern Languages 4,200.00 

F. Halbus, Physical Education 4,025 . 00 

Miss R. E. Ratz, Home Economics 3,800.00 

Library Science in Library' School: 

Miss B. Bassam at $3,200 (on leave of absence from October 

to May) 1,066.67 

Miss M. E. Silverthorn 3,000.00 

Lecturers and Instructors in University Schools: 

G. N. Bramfitt, Diction and Voice Production (paid also $200 for 

Extension Work) 4,000.00 

A. T. McLachlan, Manual Training (paid also $1,200 for Exten- 
sion Work) 3.600.00 

L. R. Bell, Music 3,200.00 

Lecturers: 

Miss H. L. Bryans, Physical Education 3,700.00 

Miss A. Marsh. Art 3,525.00 

Miss V. B. Nicol, Home Economics 2,600.00 

R. W. B. Jackson, Educational Research (paid also $280 for Ex- 
tension Work) 2,600.00 

Miss M. M. B. Davidson, Library Science 1,800.00 

Instructors in University Schools: 

A. C. Lewis, Headmaster (paid also $280 for Extension Work) . . . 4,700.00 

G. A. Cline (paid also $140 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

A. G. Croal (paid also $280 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

J. L. Gill 4,000.00 

H. A. Grainger (paid also $70.50 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

Norman McLeod 4,000.00 

N. L. Murch (paid also $36 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

P. A. Petrie (paid also $30 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

W. L. C. Richardson 4,000.00 

J. G. Workman 4,000.00 

R. F. S. Baird 3,800.00 

J. D. Morrow . 3,800.00 

Hermann McGuire at $3,600; on war service from 13 April (paid 

also $70 for Extension Work) 3,315.00 

W. R. Stewart 3,250.00 

A. D. Lockhart 3,000.00 

L. H. Newell 3,000.00 

W. B. Gray 2,600.00 

B. C. Taylor 2,400.00 

G. W. Cochrane, Instructor in Swimming and Supervisor of U.T.S. 

Athletic Grounds and Sports 2,900.00 

L. E. Hayman, Instructor in Games 2,100.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



173 



Instructors in Library School (Sessional): 

Miss L. H. Smith, Work with Boys and Girls $ 450.00 

W. S. Wallace, College and University Libraries (paid also as 

University Librarian) 350.00 

F. C. Jennings, Administration of Libraries 187.05 

Miss Jean Merchant, School Libraries 150.00 

Miss M. Edna AL Poole. 150.00 

C. R. Sanderson, Circulation of Books 150.00 

Miss F. Trotter, Story-Telling 150.00 

Occasional Lecturers (Sessional): 

John A. Lowe 74.33 

Miss Lucille Morsch 69 . 80 

Miss M. S. Gill 45. 15 

Miss Miriam D. Tompkins 41 .75 

F. W. Landon 39 . 75 

E. C. Kyte 31 50 

G. S. Brett (also in Faculty of Arts) 30 . 00 

E. J. Pratt (also in Faculty of Arts) 30.00 

Miss Elizabeth Long 30.00 

Miss Margaret Eraser 19 . 00 

Miss Freda Waldon 17.25 

J. W. Spurr 17.00 

Miss A. Wright 15 . 00 

Griffith Taylor, Special Lecturer in Geography (paid also $4,000 in 

Faculty of Arts) 2,500.00 

M. P. Boone, Lecturer in Library Science in Library School 2,000.00 

A. C. Lewis, Instructor in Courses for Degrees in Pedagogy 200.00 

Norman Davies, Lecturer in Methods in Agriculture 300.00 

Supply Teachers at $7.50 per day: 

R. L. Rutledge 345.00 

J. C. King 142 . 50 

M. G. Glassco 97.50 

Miss M. I. Mendizabel 67 . 50 

Miss M. E. Quail 60.00 

F. W'. Fleming 45.00 

Miss N. Dawson 22 . 50 

Miss Marie Douglas 15.00 

H. D. Axon 7.50 

Miss N. G. Joy, Occasional Research Assistant 90.00 

K. H. Rogers, Temporary Lecturer in Science of Education (also in 

Faculty of Arts) 125.00 

Miss D. A. Thompson, Librarian 2,600.00 

Miss M. Faircloth, Library- Reviser in the Library School 1,100.00 

Assistant Librarians: 

Miss D. O. Walter 1.900.00 

Miss L. E. Spicer, 7 mos. at $1,100 641.66 

Miss M. E. Reid, 5 mos. at $1,100 458.34 

Clerical Staff: 

Miss L. Swinarton, Secretary 2,450 . 00 

Miss E. G. Seldon, Clerk in Headmaster's Office 1,550.00 

Clerks: 

Miss J. M. Jeffrey 1,750.00 

Miss G. M. Harvey 1,600.00 

Clerical Assistants: 

Miss A. A. Elliott 1,600.00 

Mrs. Catherine Grant 1,300.00 

Temporary Clerical Assistants at $20 per week: 

A. Armstrong 38.45 

Miss E. Boland 103. 19 

Miss E. Boyd 157.79 

Miss B. Sandoversly 89.75 

D. Kennedy, Office Assistant, 2 weeks, 31 hours, at .53c per hour 61.96 
I 



$191,731.22 



174 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Retiring Allowances: 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association, contribution of 

College for year ending 30th June, 1942 to retiring fund. ... $ 3,581.28 
Contribution of College for year ending 30th June, 1942, Univer- 
sity Pensions Fund — Employees 1,186.50 

$ 4,767.78 



Charges on Investment: 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, proportion of annual pay- 
ment on debenture issue of 1909 for interest and sinking fund $ 10,000.00 

Maintenance of Building: 

Fuel ($3,869.73): 

Great Lakes Coal Co $ 3,796.82 

Halliday Bros 72 . 91 

Gas, $258.05; electric current, $2,256.57; water, $210.59; telephone 

service, $365.16 3,090.37 

Caretaker's supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 624.60 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($7,687.81): 

White Window Cleaning Co 77.00 

Langley's Dye Works, cleaning drapes 13.20 

Furnaceman, G. Thompson, 45 weeks 1,079.75 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 6,517. 86 

Redecoration and Repairs to Auditorium: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $659.59; material, $473.56. . 1,133. 15 

Repairs and Renewals ($4,180.24): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 96.55 

Canadian Power Regulator Co., repairs & maintenance of 

system 21 . 75 

Engineering Equipment Co., boiler 200.45 

Provincial Treasurer, licenses 10.00 

Robinson Clay Products, tile 60.71 

Robert Simpson Co., repair linoleum 6.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.75; labour, $2,571.75; 

material, $1,210.28 3,784.78 

Grounds: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, .$292.61; material, $16.89. . . 309.50 

Caretaker and Engineer: 

J. Harding, 12 mos. (overtime $516.60) 1,650.00 

Nightwatchmen ($1,306.12): 

M. Robb, 12 mos 933.76 

H. W. McLeod, 81 nights 302.84 

A. Smith, 21 nights 69.52 

$23,851.52 
Less credits: Cleaning and caretaker's supplies, $635.30; 
material returned, $57.10; fuel, light, etc., $252.80; tele- 
phones, .$58.59 1,003.79 



$ 22,847.73 



Maintenance of Aura Lee Grounds: 
Fuel: 

Halliday Bros $ 317.31 

Gas, $27.37; electric current, $49.79; water, $49.88; telephone, 

$107.40 234.44 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 8. 19 

Repairs and Occasional Labour: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $450.38; material, $171.71 . . 622.09 

Caretaker: 

G. Cruickshank, 12 mos. (overtime $43.00) 1,250.00 



$ 2,432.03 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1942 



175 



Maintenance of Instructions: 
Use of City Schools: 

Board of Education, City of Toronto. 



$29,615.00 



Use of Rural Schools ($272.50): 

Honoraria as Critic Teachers — Agriculture: 

Principal R. H. King 50.00 

D. Cx. McBain 100.00 

W. A. Porter 100.00 

Dean Althouse, expenses of Students, specialists in Agriculture 22 . 50 

Honoraria to Critic Teachers in Rural Schools ($354.91): 

Miss A. Carlisle 10.00 

Miss K. Dolan 25.00 

Miss M. Eraser 25.00 

S. A. Hazen 10.00 

Miss M. Halliday 10.00 

Miss M. Johnston 10 . 00 

Miss H. Kemo 10.00 

Miss K. Morrison 25.00 

Miss M. Mustard 25.00 

Miss J. MacDougall 10.00 

B. R. Wilson 15.00 

Adrian Macdonald, travelling and supervision expenses 179.91 

Art Gallerv" of Toronto, services in connection with practical 

teaching 6,000.00 

Payments to Librarians who assist in Practical work ($920.00): 

Miss L. Booth 75 . 00 

Miss G. Bovle 75.00 

Miss M. Eorman 75.00 

Miss M. Johnston ' 75.00 

Miss M. MacGregor 75 . 00 

Miss E. Macintosh 75.00 

Miss M. L. Newton 25.00 

Miss J. Rorke 75.00 

Miss E. Shaw 75.00 

Miss E. St. John 35.00 

Miss M. Smart 35.00 

Miss J. Thomson 75.00 

Miss C. Wood .- 75.00 

Miss H. B. Woolryche 75.00 

Laboratory Assistance and Piano Assistance ($304.52): 

Miss E. B. Bennett, 170 hours 173.66 

Mrs. S. McKerrighan, 380 hours 130. 86 

Office Supplies ($1,686.77): 

Bostitch Co., staples 15.75 

Carbon Paper Services, paper 29.80 

D. Gestetner. stencils, ink, etc ' 165.60 

Grand & Toy, chair pads 3 . 30 

National Stationers Ltd., wheel pens 21. 40 

Office Specialty Co., folder, wardrobe 41 . 75 

Postage 350.00 

Remington Rand, asserts 3.00 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections 39.60 

Mrs. P. Sandiford, cabinet 30.00 

Stephen Sales, paper 240.97 

University Press, calendars, stationery, cards 729.00 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Telegrams and telephones, $9.40; sundries, $5.60 15.00 

Superintendent's Dept., material 1 .60 



176 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Office Supplies for Library School ($249.54): 

D. Gestetner, stencils $ 3 20 

Grand & Toy, blotting pads 3.15 

Moyer School Supplies, paper 10.50 

Postage 30.00 

Remington Rand, rardit pockets 4. 50 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections 6.00 

University Press, paper, printing, pads, etc 174.47 

Sundry disbursements by Dept.: 

Telegrams and telephones, $4.21; sundries, $11.51 15.72 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2.00 

General supplies and apparatus for classroom use ($12,639.99): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware 24.06 

Associated Chemical Co., rubber, football, etc 28.91 

Artist's Supply Co., paints, pen, ink 30. 15 

J. Blood, meat 20.88 

Borden Co., milk 10.44 

British Educational Society, books 14 . 75 

A. Brodey, incubator 28.25 

Robert Bury Co., lumber 57.75 

Gus Cancilla, provisions 126 . 10 

Canadian Laboratory, chemicals 36.00 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, thermometers, etc 188.25 

Clarke Irwin Co., books , 42.20 

D. R. Clarke Engine Co., utility engine 19.60 

Commonwealth Book Co., books 42.75 

Copp Clarke Co., books, chalk 53.45 

Corbett & Cowley, uniforms 32 . 10 

Creative Educational Society, books 10.73 

T. E^ton Co., envelopes, linen, curtains, etc 1,676.40 

Eddy Match Co., boxes 21.44 

W. J. Gage Co., books. -. 13.50 

D. Gestetner, stencils, stationery, etc 15.40 

Grand & Toy, stationery 29 . 45 

Geo. M. Hendry Co., maps, drawings 13.36 

Institute of Research, text books 84. 86 

Longmans Green Co., text books 25.00 

Mason & Risch, rentals 55 . 50 

MofTatt Co., electric stoves 426.00 

Mover School .Supplies, maps, etc 36.65 

MacMillan Co.. books 18.00 

L. H. Newell, books 30.00 

North American Bentwood Co., kitchen equipment 1,603. 15 

A. J. Nystrom & Co., charts 10. 17 

Office Specialty Co., cabinet, locker, desk 325.69 

Photographic Service, prints 12.35 

Psychological Corp., books 61 . 90 

Postage 29.02 

Promenade Music Centre, music , 104.48 

R.C.A. Victor, blanks, needles, etc 89.02 

Receiver General, Dept. Trade & Commerce, prints 189.05 

Ryan Art Galleries, mirror 27.00 

Ryerson Press, magazine projectors, etc 39 . 35 

Robert Simpson Co., casseroles, table, chairs, etc 845.47 

Singer Sewing Machine, sewing machines, repairs 250.37 

J. B. Smith Lumber Co., lumber 45.93 

Leslie \'ictor Smith, lettering diplomas 97.90 

Sprague Troyer Natural Science, collections 95 . 57 

Geo. Tamblyn, soap 16.80 

Gordon \'. Thompson, music 12 . 43 

Travelling Expenses, Dean Althouse to Ottawa 29.00 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Co.. rentals 401 . 31 

University Press, printing, binder, books, etc 362.21 

Whaley Royce Co., music, records 31 .98 

G. F. Weldon, build & install amplifier 114.00 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, paper 133 . 27 

Accounts under $10 (26) 121 .01 



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Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery, $22.44; hardware, $1.38; provisions, $1.28; sun- 
dries, $6.75 $ 31.85 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $30.55; labour, $3,113.84; 

material, $1,203.39 4,347.78 

Supplies and equipment for Library School ($1,082.12): 

American Library Association, books 48.29 

Association of American Library School, subscription 10.00 

Bookshelf Bindery, books 40. 36 

Gordon & Gotch, subscription 95. 26 

Grand & Toy, cabinet, etc 151 . 15 

Library of Congress, cards 10 . 67 

Lowe Alartin Co., cards, pads 31 . 14 

MacMillan Book Co., books 22.32 

Mitchell & McGill, cabinet, folders 48.75 

Mover School Supplies, carbon 19.00 

Postage 20.00 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter $143.78, less $35.00 allowance on 

old machine, inspections, ribbons 125.28 

L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriter Co., rental 30.00 

Special Libraries Association, books 19.74 

University Press, books, stationery, blotters 206.88 

H. W. Wilson Co., magazine, books, etc 61 . 13 

Accounts under $10 (23) 92 . 48 

Sundry disbursements by department: 

Stationery, $10.98; telephones, $4.00; sundries, $10.02 25.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 24 . 67 

Library Books, Periodicals, etc. ($1,355.51): 

Bookshelf Bindery, books 22. 10 

Brown Bros. Co., paste, tape 13.76 

Dawson Subscription Service, subscriptions 88.50 

Geo. M. Hendry Co., books 12.35 

Lowe Martin & Co., cards 50.94 

Frank E. Lucas, subscriptions 24.35 

MacMillan Co., books 64. 19 

National Geographic Society, subscription 10.37 

Rj'erson Press, cards, books 14 . 50 

University Press, books 520 . 89 

H. VV. Wilson Co., subscriptions, books 91 . 13 

Accounts under $10 (32) 138. 15 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $180.99; material, $123.29 304.28 

Physical Education, including care of grounds, Field Day, Sports, etc., 
($483.55): 

Associated Screen News, film 13.00 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film 7. 61 

Independent Towel Supply, towels 32 . 84 

Lackie Mfg. Co., trophies 172,64 

Geo. Tamblyn, gauze 4.54 

Toronto Radio & .Sports Co., hockey sticks 7.84 

University of Toronto Athletic Association, referees ■ 109.05 

Jack Watson Sporting Goods, lacrosse sticks 10.50 

H. A. W'ilson Co., basket balls, repairs to equipment 110.41 

Superintendent's Dept., material 15. 12 

Lunchroom equipment ($296.43): 

Berkel Products Co., slicer 250.00 

Cassidy's Ltd., dishes 35.43 

Kelvinator, beverage cooler 1 1 .00 

Graduate Courses and Summer Session: 
Instructors ($2,330.00): 

J. G. Althouse ^ : 350.00 

Miss W. G. Barnstead 150.00 

R. W. B, Jackson 280.00 



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A. C. Lewis $ 280 . 00 

J. A. Long 350 . 00 

F. W. Minkler 280.00 

H. A. McGuire 70 . 00 

C. E. Phillips 280.00 

Peter Sandiford 140.00 

Miss Lillian H. Smith 75.00 

Miss Frances Trotter 75 . 00 

Department of Educational Research: 

Research Assistants (Sessional — $3,500.00) : 

G. A. Ferguson, at SI, 200 resigned 31st October 400.00 

A. J. Bohnen 500.00 

W. R. Luscombe. resigned 28th February- 312.50 

Miss yi. H. Herriott, resigned 31st December 187.50 

Miss K. ^L Hobday, Secretan,- and Research Assistant 2,100.00 

Clerical Assistants (S3.500.00): 

Miss ^L Graham 1,500.00 

Miss ^L Spalding 1,400.00 

Miss D. Whiting, 8 mos. at S75 a month 600.00 

Office supplies, printing, etc. (S2, 463.92): 

Gallon Bros., staples 20.00 

D. Gestetner, ink, stencils, etc 405. 85 

Grand & Toy, cabinet 22 . 50 

Lowe Martin Co., pockets, cards : 43. 79 

Office Specialty Co., shelving 100 . 00 

Len A. Phillips & Co., calculator $745.92 less allowance 

S400.00 345 . 92 

Postage 120.90 

Remington Rand, adding machine 76.45 

Robbins & Townsend. install typewriter, inspections 28.52 

"The School " advertising 60.00 

University Press, envelopes, wrapping paper, etc 969.24 

Accounts'under $10 (5) 19.09 



Sundry' disbursements by department: 

Stationery, S9.50; customs, S10.50; sundries, SIO.OO... 30.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $173.52; labour, $29.67; 

material, S18.47 221 . 66 

Students' Social Activities (S453.67): 

T. Eaton Co., auditorium rental, supper 162.75 

Jarvis Collegiate Institute, refreshments 22.50 

U.T.S. Cafeteria, cagering monthly teas 178.35 

University Press, paper 90.07 

Publication of "The School" and distribution in Training Schools: 

"The School," subscriptions 5,000.00 



$ 72,508.43 
$304,287.19 






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